Physics Working Group

The primary physics task of STAR is to study the formation and characteristics of the quark-gluon plasma (QGP), a state of matter believed to exist at sufficiently high energy densities. Detecting and understanding the QGP allows us to understand better the universe in the moments after the Big Bang, where the symmetries (and lack of symmetries) of our surroundings were put into motion.

Unlike other physics experiments where a theoretical idea can be tested directly by a single measurement, STAR must make use of a variety of simultaneous studies in order to draw strong conclusions about the QGP. This is due both to the complexity of the system formed in the high-energy nuclear collision and the unexplored landscape of the physics we study. STAR therefore consists of several types of detectors, each specializing in detecting certain types of particles or characterizing their motion. These detectors work together in an advanced data acquisition and subsequent physics analysis that allows final statements to be made about the collision.

The physics of star can be divided into several topics, with many overlaps between topics. In STAR, each of these topics is explored within a physics working group which develops the analysis techniques and software needed to focus on its interests.

Bulk correlations

Topics include correlations related to bulk phenomena, including femtoscopic correlations, flow, event-by-event fluctuations.

The bulkcorr pwg protected area can be found at: http://www.star.bnl.gov/protected/bulkcorr/

The forum can be found at: http://www.star.bnl.gov/HyperNews-star/protected/get/bulkcorr.html

Current conveners: Nu Xu & W.J. Llope

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Stony Brook collaboration meeting agenda (tentative)

20” each talk including time for discussions

Each talk should cover the following issues:

(i) Physics motivations

(ii) Analysis status

(iii) Summary

(iv) QM2015: Y/N

https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/conference/timetable/talk/32871


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Most recent collaboration meeting: Nov 3-7 BNL
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Joint bulk and LF session: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/event/1999/11/30/joint-session-lfs-and-bulkcorr-145-gev
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Bulk corr highlights
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Event by Event

Event by Event is a focus actib=vity part of the Bulk-correlations PWG

Ilya Selyuzhenkov

Strong Parity Violation

Global polarization

Anisotropic Flow

Acceptance effects

Systematics Study

Down Scaled DST files

 

2004

year 2004 posts:

 

2005

year 2005 posts

 

2006

year 2006 posts

 

2007

year 2007 posts

 

2008

year 2008 posts

 

2009

 

 

 

2009.09.26 parity estimates for BES Run 10 from Au+Au9.2 GeV

See this BES-hyper-new thread for more discussions

Fig. 1 Parity error estimates for 5M events of 9.2 GeV collisions.

  • Upper left: reference multiplicity distribution for Au+Au@200GeV
  • Lower left: reference multiplicity distribution for Au+Au@9.2GeV
  • Upper right: actual errors for v2-scaled 3-particle correlations (same charge)
    vs. reference multiplicity for Au+Au@200GeV
  • Lower right: error estimates for v2-scaled 3-particle correlations (same charge)
    vs. reference multiplicity for Au+Au@9.2GeV
    Au+Au@20GeV points with the same RefMult value are converted
    (based on equation shown in the legend)
    to the error estimates for 9.2GeV collisions

Fig. 2 Parity error estimates are shown together with possible singal
for 1M events of 9.2 GeV collisions
(assuming the same values for 3-particle correlator as in 200GeV collisions)

Charged particle and strange hadron elliptic flow from Cu+Cu collisions

Charged particle and strange hadron elliptic flow from sNN = 62.4 and 200 GeV Cu+Cu collisions

Paper propsal web page

 

DPF 2009 presentation (Ilya Selyuzhenkov)

DPF 2009 presentation (Ilya Selyuzhenkov)

DPF 2009 proceedings (Ilya Selyuzhenkov)

DPF 2009 proceedings

Ilya Selyuzhenkov

"Azimuthal charged particle correlations
as a probe for local strong parity violation
in heavy-ion collisions"

Joint CATHIE/TECHQM Workshop, December 14-18, 2009

Ilya Selyuzhenkov for the STAR Collaboration

Plenary talk at Joint CATHIE/TECHQM Workshop (December 14-18, 2009) on

"STAR probes of local strong parity violation in heavy ion collisions"

 

QM2009 poster abstracts on Parity violation

QM2009 poster abstracts on Parity violation at STAR

  1. Poster 1
    "Strong parity violation at STAR:
    Quantifying background effects with Monte-Carlo event generators
    and detector effects study"

  2. Poster 2
    "Strong parity violation at STAR:
    Evaluating experimental measurement technique
    and estimating background contributions from multi-particle production processes

    Parity group recommended
    Evan Finch (Yale) and Ilya Selyuzhenkov (Indiana)
    as a possible candidates to present these posters at QM2009.

 

2010

2010.06.07 RHIC & AGS Users' Meeting: Workshop on Local strong parity violation

LPV workshop website:
http://www.bnl.gov/rhic_ags/users_meeting/Workshops/3.asp

Presentation:

Ilya Selyuzhenkov for the STAR Collaboration

"Probes of local strong parity violation: Experimental results from STAR"

Slides: see attached pdf(s)

Charge flow

Charged particle anisotropic flow

Directed flow measurement in AuAu@62GeV

Two methods were used to calculate directed flow:

  • three particle correlations (mixed harmonic method). FTPC and TPC data were used.
  • two particle correlations with spectator nucleons. Data from newly installed in 2004 ZDC SMD detector were used.

Talks and Publications

Charged particle elliptic flow in AuAu@62GeV and AuAu200GeV data (RUN IV)

The measurement of elliptic flow in AuAu at 62 and 200 GeV data were performed using TPC and FTPC data. The non-flow contribution to two particle correlations at different pseudorapidity regions was discussed.

Supporting materials:

  1. Charged particles flow in FTPC’s
  2. Update on acceptance corrections for directed flow in Au+Au at 62GeV
  3. Getting directed flow: standard way and X and Y direction separately
  4. Update on acceptance corrections for directed flow
  5. Acceptance corrections for directed flow
  6. Charged particle directed flow: two particle correlations and mixed harmonic method with X and Y taken separately
  7. Charged particles directed flow: event plane from East/West FTPC's asymmetry
  8. Charged particles directed flow in Au+Au@62GeV calculated with event plane from ZDC SMD
  9. Calculating directed flow in the case of different resolution in the different transverse direction
  10. Calculating directed flow in the case of different resolution in the different transverse direction
  11. Directed and elliptic flows of charged particles in Au+Au at 62 GeV
  12. Directed and elliptic flows of charged particles in Au+Au at 62 and 200 GeV
  13. Directed flow of charged particles from mixed harmonics in Au+Au at 62 GeV

 

Down-scaled DST

DownScaleDst file format description

Here is the brief list of what are in the Down Scale DST files:

  • Basic event information, like Event Id, refMult, etc.
  • Calculated event plane components X and Y from TPC and FTPCs (not corrected)
  • Information to get event plane from ZDC SMD.
  • V0 tracks with applied cuts to select Lambda / Anti-Lambda / K0Short
  • Primary tracks information.
    For p_t < 1.8 GeV each 50th track from FTPCs and each 100th from TPC are taken.
    For p_t > 1.8 GeV all tracks are taken.

NOTE: There is no event cuts - all events are taken.

Why we need DownScaleDst file?

The main advantage of DownScaleDst files is smaller size compared to STAR MuDst files. It is about 50 times smaller than those of MuDst files. The smaller size results in faster data analysis.

Down Scale files could be used in flow analysis of charged or strange particles, high pt correlations.

The list of DownScaleDst TTree leaves (with some comments on "non-standard" variables)

DownScaleDst TTree

mZdcAdcAttentuatedSumWest
mZdcAdcAttentuatedSumEast
mZdcSmdWest[16]
mZdcSmdEast[16]
mCtbMultiplicity
mPrimaryVertexX
mPrimaryVertexY
mPrimaryVertexZ
mX[2][3][2][31] // X component of the event plane vector
mY[2][3][2][31] // Y component of the event planevector
// Q[charge][harmonic][subEvent][etaBin]; harmonic = 0 => multiplicity;
//ETA BINS: FTPCE -4.1 < eta < -2.5 (8 bins); FTPCW 2.5 < eta < 4.1 (8 bins); TPC -1.5 < eta < 1.5 (15 bins)

mEventId
mRunId
mNumberOfGoodPrimaryTracks
mNumberOfV0Tracks
mNumberOfPrimaryTracks
mNominalTriggerId[32]
mCentrality // centrality calculated according to the standard STAR refMult regions
mRefMult
mRefMultEtaWide // refMult calculated from tracks with wide eta cut |eta|<0.8

V0 branch

V0.mTypeOfStrangeParticle // 0 Lambda; 1 Anti-Lambda; 2 K0Short
V0.mMomPos.fX
V0.mMomPos.fY
V0.mMomPos.fZ
V0.mMomNeg.fX
V0.mMomNeg.fY
V0.mMomNeg.fZ
V0.mPtV0
V0.mPtPos
V0.mPtNeg
V0.mIsPosPrimary // need to remove auto correlations if the pos V0 track is in Event Plane
V0.mIsNegPrimary // if the neg V0 track is in Event Plane v0IsPrimary = etaBin+1-(nEtaTotal+1)*(1-subEvent)
V0.mPseudoRapV0
V0.mPseudoRapPos
V0.mPseudoRapNeg
V0.mMassLambda
V0.mMassAntiLambda
V0.mMassK0Short

Primary branch

Primary.mId
Primary.mCharge
Primary.mMaxPoints
Primary.mFitPoints
Primary.mTrackInEventPlaneFlag // need to remove auto correlations if track is in Event Plane TrackInEventPlane = etaBin+1-(nEtaTotal+1)*(1-subEvent)
Primary.mDEdx
Primary.mPt
Primary.mPhi
Primary.mEta
Primary.mDcaGlobal.mX1
Primary.mDcaGlobal.mX2
Primary.mDcaGlobal.mX3

 

 

Flow acceptance

Effects of non-uniform acceptance in anisotropic flow measurement

Authors

Ilya Selyuzhenkov and Sergei Voloshin

Journal

Phys. Rev. C.

Abstract

The applicability of anisotropic flow measurement techniques and their extension for detectors with nonuniform azimuthal acceptance are discussed. Considering anisotropic flow measurements with two and three (mixed harmonic) azimuthal correlations we introduce a set of observables based on the x and y components of the event flow vector. These observables provide independent measures of anisotropic flow and can be used to test the self-consistency of the analysis. Based on these observables we propose a technique that explicitly takes into account the effects of nonuniform detector acceptance. Within this approach the acceptance corrections, as well as parameters that define the method applicability, can be determined directly from experimental data. For practical purposes a brief summary of the method is provided at the end.

Download latest version

Full text from SLAC data-base

Comments and reports on the paper

Referee report and Reply

Old paper draft versions

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10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Supporting documents

 

Flow systematics

FTPC multiplicity study for AuAu@200GeV

The strange "File Id" dependence in both FTPC East and FTPC West were found in AuAu@200GeV data. It was fould that for the same production library there was files produced with different library setup, and large part of the files was with broken FTPC data.

Supporting materials:

  1. Charged particle flow in FTPC's with File ID cuts
  2. FTPC's File ID dependence in RUN IV data
  3. Update on FTPC's multiplicity study in Au+Au@200GeV
  4. FTPC multiplicity FileId dependence in Au+Au@200GeV
  5. FTPC multiplicity studies
  6. FTPCs systematic studies

Anisotropic flow in the case of azimuthally asymmetric detector

The method for acceptance correction in the case of azimuthally asymmetric detector (for example ZDC SMD in STAR) was suggested. The method was successfully applied in the anisotropic flow analysis of AuAu@62GeV ZDC SMD data

Supporting materials:

  1. Update on acceptance corrections for directed flow in Au+Au at 62GeV
  2. Getting directed flow: standard way and X and Y direction separately
  3. Update on acceptance corrections for directed flow
  4. Acceptance corrections for directed flow
  5. Charged particle directed flow: two particle correlations and mixed harmonic method with X and Y taken separately
  6. Charged particles directed flow: event plane from East/West FTPC's asymmetry
  7. Charged particles directed flow in Au+Au@62GeV calculated with event plane from ZDC SMD
  8. Calculating directed flow in the case of different resolution in the different transverse direction
  9. Calculating directed flow in the case of different resolution in the different transverse direction

 

Global polarization

Global polarization measurement in Au+Au collisions (paper proposal)

Principal Authors

Ilya Selyuzhenkov and Sergei Voloshin (for the STAR collaboration)

Target Journal

Phys. Rev. C.

Abstract

The system created in non-central relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions possesses large orbital angular momentum. Due to spin-orbit coupling, particles produced in such a system could become globally polarized along the direction of the system angular momentum. We present the results of Lambda and Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization measurements in Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV and 200 GeV performed with the STAR detector at RHIC.

The observed global polarization of Lambda and Anti-Lambda hyperons in the STAR acceptance is consistent with zero within the precision of the measurements. The obtained upper limit, |P_{Lambda,Anti-Lambda}| < 0.02, is compared to the theoretical values discussed recently in the literature.

Paper draft

GPC: 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.0
Collaboration: 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0
Referee: 15.0 16.0
As sumbitted to PRC: 01 02

Comments and reports on the paper

God Parent Committee (GPC) comments
comments by the STAR Collaboration
Referee reports

Note: Separate page for the Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization

Figures

Global polarization

Fig.1 Global polarization of Lambda hyperons as a function of Lambda transverse momentum.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%) and open squares indicate the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%).

 

Global polarization

Fig.2 Global polarization of Lambda hyperons as a function of Lambda pseudorapidity.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%). A constant line fit to these data points yields P_Lambda = (2.8 +- 9.6)x10^{-3} with chi^2/ndf = 6.5/10. Open squares show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%). A constant line fit gives P_Lambda = (1.9 +- 8.0)x10^{-3} with chi^2/ndf = 14.3/10.

 

Global polarization

Fig.3 Global polarization of Lambda hyperons as a function of centrality given as fraction of the total inelastic hadronic cross section.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%) and open squares indicate the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%).

 

Conclusion

The Lambda and Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization has been measured in Au+Au collisions at center of mass energies sqrt{s_NN}=62 and 200 GeV with the STAR detector at RHIC.

An upper limit of |P_{Lambda,Anti-Lambda}| < 0.02 for the global polarization of Lambda and Anti-Lambda hyperons within the STAR acceptance is obtained. This upper limit is far below the few tens of percent values discussed in Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 102301 (2005), but it falls within the predicted region from the more realistic calculations Liang:Xian Workshop (2006) based on the HTL (Hard Thermal Loop) model.

Bibliography

  1. Globally Polarized Quark-Gluon Plasma in Noncentral A + A Collisions

    Z.-T. Liang and X.-N. Wang
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 102301 (2005) [ erratum:Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 039901 (2006)]

  2. Polarized secondary particles in unpolarized high energy hadron-hadron collisions?

    Sergei A. Voloshin
    nucl-th/0410089

  3. Spin Alignment of Vector Mesons in Non-central A + A Collisions

    Z.-T. Liang and X.-N. Wang
    Phys.Lett.B629:20-26 (2005) [nucl-th/0411101]

  4. Global quark polarization in QGP in non-central AA collisions

    Gao Jian-hua and Z. T. Liang
    Talk on November 24, 2006 (power point file) at Xi'an Workshop (Xi'an, China)

Talks and Publications on the subject

  1. Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization in Au+Au collisions at RHIC

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    International Workshop on "Hadron Physics and Property of High Baryon Density Matter", Xi'an, China (2006)
    arXiv:nucl-ex/0702001 (2007)

  2. Centrality dependence of hyperon global polarization in Au + Au collisions at RHIC

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    19th International Conference on "Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions" (Quark Matter 2006) Shanghai, China, 2006
    arXiv:nucl-ex/0701034 (2007)

  3. Acceptance effects in the hyperons global polarization measurement

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    9th Conference on the Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics ( CIPANP 2006), Westin Rio Mar Beach, Puerto Rico, 2006
    AIP Conf. Proc. 870, 712 (2006) [arXiv:nucl-ex/0608034]

  4. Global polarization measurement in Au+Au collisions

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    International Conference on Strangeness in Quark Matter (SQM 2006), Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2006
    J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 32, S557 (2006) [arXiv:nucl-ex/0605035]

  5. Global polarization and parity violation in Au+Au collisions

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    Midwest Critical Mass Workshop (MCM), Toledo OH, USA, 2005
    Download slides

  6. Global polarization and parity violation study in Au+Au collisions

    Ilya Selyuzhenkov [for the STAR Collaboration]
    18th International Conference on "Ultra-Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions" (Quark Matter 2005), Budapest, Hungary, 2005
    Rom.Rep.Phys. 58, 049 (2006) [arXiv:nucl-ex/0510069]

Supporting materials

 

Acceptance corrections

Acceptance corrections in global polarization measurement

Figures for the A_0 function

A_0 vs eta

Fig.1 A_0 for Lambda (Filled circles) and Anti-Lambda (open squares) hyperons as a function of hyperon pseudorapidity.

A_0 vs pt

Fig.2 A_0 for Lambda (Filled circles) and Anti-Lambda (open squares) hyperons as a function of hyperon transverse momentum.

A_0 vs sigma

Fig.3 A_0 for Lambda (Filled circles) and Anti-Lambda (open squares) hyperons as a function of centrality.

 

Figures for the A_2 function

A_0 vs eta

Fig.4 A_2 for Lambda (Filled circles) and Anti-Lambda (open squares) hyperons as a function of hyperon pseudorapidity.

A_0 vs pt

Fig.5 A_2 for Lambda (Filled circles) and Anti-Lambda (open squares) hyperons as a function of hyperon transverse momentum.

Collaboration comments

Collaboration comments on "Global polarization measurement in Au+Au collisions"

Comments by Bedanga Mohanty

  1. Acceptance effect - results presented without acceptance correction

    The reason why we present uncorrected data is that due to detector effects the higher harmonic terms of the global polarization expansion (6) can contribute. To measure higher harmonic terms one needs to use different observable than (3), and such measurement requires an independent analysis.
    This question is discussed on page 8 of the paper draft (left column at the bottom):
    "Since the values of P_H^(2) (p_t^H, eta^H) are not measured in this analysis we present uncorrected data in Figs.3-8 providing only an estimate of the non-uniform detector acceptance effects."

  2. Usually the Equation 1 in traditional polarization measurements (say for example transverse polarization) is written as
    dN/dcos(theta) = A(cos(theta))( 1 + alpha P cos(theta))
    Where A(cos(theta)) represents the detector/acceptance effects.
    I find we do not have an "equality" in the Eqn. 1 in the paper, is it because we do not want to write "A" or is it because we do not know how dN/dcos(theta) should be ?

    We do not want to obstruct the first equation with acceptance function and we introduce it only when discussing detector acceptance effect in section IIC (see equation (5)).

  3. Further we arrive at Eqn 2 which has a "equality" directly from Eqn 1 which is an approximate relation as per our paper. How is it possible to arrive at an exact relation as in Eqn. 2 from a relation we do not know exactly as in Eqn. 1 may be some things get canceled out or may be I am missing something ....

    There is a proportionality sign in equation (1). In the average the proportionality coefficient cancels out and we get the equality sign in (2). Equation (2) assumes the perfect detector acceptance. The effects of non uniform acceptance and modification of this equation are discussed later in section IIC.

  4. I understand a two body differential cross sections may be expressed in terms of Legendre Polynomial expansion
    dSigma/dOmega = B X Sum(from 0 to n=N) An Pn(cos(theta)) Where Pn = Legendre Polynomial of order "n"
    But is it also valid to expand the Polarization P_H as shown in Eqn. 6 ? Are we trying to say the Polarization we are trying to measure in heavy ion collisions is similar to what we studied in electrodynamics - linearly polarized, circular polarization and elliptic polarization ?

    We are measuring polarization with respect to the system orbital momentum (perpendicular to the reaction plane) which is defined in transverse plane of the collision (two dimensions). This is the reason why we transform from equation (2) to (3). In two dimensions the appropriate orthogonal set of function in the range of (0,2pi) are cos and sin functions, not the Legendre polynomials.

  5. Motivation for presenting Polarization results as a function of various kinematic variables.
    We present the results of acceptance uncorrected polarization for lambda hyperons as a function of transverse momentum, pseudorapidity (why not rapidity ?) and centrality. But we do not say why we need to study the polarization as a function of these observables ?

    We are studying the polarization as a function of kinematics variables of hyperon (such as p_t and eta) and collision parameters (energy and centrality). This is a complete set of variables on which polarization can depends in heavy ion collisions. Although none of results are significantly deviates from zero, we report them for completeness.

  6. From our paper, I could not find what I should expect (even if naive) of polarization variation with respect to these variables.

    We are comparing the results with available theory predictions, which are limited so far to those in reference [1-4]. For the moment we have only an estimate of the integrated value for the global polarization, and no expectations on p_t, or centrality dependence. The only expectation is that at mid rapidity the polarization should not change much. Thus we fit the results with constant line.

  7. Need for results from p+p and/or d+Au collisions

    In principle, based on particle azimuthal distribution in pp or dAu collisions, we can define the quantity similar to the reaction plane in non central AuAu collisions, but physics of such phenomena is different from those of global polarization in heavy ion collisions.

  8. "Based on the results in [30], the contribution of feed-downs from multiply strange hyperons (...) is estimated to be less than 15%. This can dilute the measured polarization and introduce a similar systematic uncertainty (~ 15%) to the global polarization measurement.
    Does that mean error on Polarization is directly equal to percentage feed down ?

    We estimate the feed down effects assuming the same polarization for hyperons and multi-strange hyperons. Thus the uncertainty in polarization is proportional to feed-down from multiply strange hyperons.

  9. "Thus, the effect of the spin precession on the global polarization measurements is found to be negligible (<0:1%)."
    What is gamma_lambda,lambdabar in the experssion. We need to have a relation between Polarisation and the delta_phi_lambda to understand how the error comes out to be 0.1%.

    The gamma_lambda,lambdabar is a Lorenz factor: gamma = 1/sqrt(1-v**2). For p = 3 GeV it is about 2.87. The effect on polarization is defined by cos(delta_phi), what is approximately 1-delta_phi^2/2, since angle delta_phi is small. This leads to the estimate of <0.1%.

  10. "In any case, the corresponding corrections to the absolute value of the global polarization are esti- mated to be less than 20% of the extracted polarization values."
    The acceptance correction can be 20% as we see from the figures. Does that mean uncertainty due to non uniform acceptance is 20% ?

    There are two different contribution from acceptance effects, A_0 and A_2. As it can be seen from equation (9) the term (10) and (11) affect the global polarization in a different way and we have a separate estimate of 20% for each of them.

  11. Finally we get 125% uncertainty. With this unceratinty how was the upper limit obtained is not clearly described. What is the confidence level of this upper limit ?

    With that many sources of systematic uncertainties it is very difficult to calculate the confidence level, and we feel that it is not needed. If you have any specific idea how to do it, we can try it.

  12. I think it is important to atleast have a few lines of discussion regarding what is the difference between this polarisation measurements and the traditional polarisation measurements which usually has been carried out in pp and pA collisions and by E896 in heavy ion collisions.
    Since we basically have null results with huge 125% uncertainty, it may be good to provide an outlook for such measurements, will choice of other particles help

    The obtained upper limit of 0.01 (or 0.02 together with systematic uncertainties), is very small compared to the first, naive, predictions of 0.3 for the polarization discussed in [1]. At this point the large magnitude of 125% for the relative uncertainty is not change the significance of the results, which gives an order of magnitude smaller value. More work from the theory side has to be done to understand the reason why the polarization is so small.

  13. In introduction we mention one of the observable consequence is "polarization of thermal photons" - Just for my information - how can we measure this in heavy ion collisions ?

    We can not measure this in STAR, as far as we know.

  14. We need to give the reference for STAR detector when it gets mentioned in the Introduction.

    We are reffering to the STAR detector in section IIA when discussing the analysis technique. We think it is not necessary to give such a reference in the introduction.

  15. Alpha_h is called as a "decay parameter" - it is not clear. Some paper we refer in the current manuscript call it ias "asymmetry parameter" - Why not give a brief description that it is a s-p wave interference term factor ....Or may be say that they are from measurements. or may be say that alpha charecterizes the degree of mixing of parity in the hyperon decay as Lee and Yang found out.

    In the PDG book, which we are referring to, there is an introduction to what decay parameter is and how it is defined from the amplitude.

  16. Beam energy is given as 62 GeV shouldn't it be 62.4 GeV

    Corrected in the paper draft Version 11.

  17. Reference ordering is all mixed up. Ref. 12,13,14,15 come after Ref. 16. ref. 21 after Ref. 26 ...etc etc ...

    Fixed in the paper draft Version 11.

  18. Spell check is needed - for example : multiply strange hyperons --> multiple strange hyperons

    Replaced it by "multistrange hyperons" in the paper draft Version 11.

  19. Reference to alpha_lambda = 0.642 is PDG in Page # 1 It is actually given in Page # 924!

    (answer by Spencer Klein) Ref. 15 is OK as written. The article begins on pg. 1; and we give the first page of journal article references, not the page where the result appears.

  20. It is not clear why we need a 3rd order polynomial function in the fitting of Minv. May be we should mention that is for background. Even for background - looking at Fig. 2, it does not seem we need 3rd order polynomial.

    This is how it was done. We do not think it needs further explanations.

  21. I am not sure if ref. 28 is an experimental paper which measures direct hyperons to be 27% for Lambda. Please let me know how that number is obtained.

    This is a theory paper. These numbers can be found in the Tables at the end of this paper.

  22. We discuss quite a bit about ZDC SMD finally to say we will use FTPC. May be I missed some of the points for the need to go into detail discussion about ZDC SMD when we do not use their information in the analysis.

    We use ZDC SMD to define the sign of directed flow in the FTPC region and consequently reconstruct the system orbital momentum direction as it is explained in the paragraph just after equation (4).

  23. It may be better to mention that Eqn.4 is finally used to get all the results figure from 3 to 8

    Fixed in the paper draft Version 11.

  24. It is not clear what is mean't by "saturation effects in FTPC" it will be nice to see the multiplicity correlation plot for FTPC Vs. TPC.
    Just to note : dnch/dy for 10-20% 200 GeV AuAu ~ 484 5 - 10% 200 GeV AuAu ~ 648 For 0-5% AuAu 62.4 GeV it is about 588. So we should be able to get couple of more points in Fig. 5 and 8.

    For the FTPC event plane resolution study please have a look at the following slides (in particular page 4):
    20060202_ChargedFlowWithFileIdCuts_FlowPhoneMeeting.pdf

  25. Did we try fitting 62.4 GeV data in Fig. 4 by first order polynomial and see the results - if yes, can you please let us know the values.

    We expect global polarization to be a symmetric function of pseudorapidity, but the first order polynomial is anti-symmetric.

  26. We discuss in Page 9 how protons and pions losses can be different and how it affects A0 and A2. In the expresions in Eqn 10 and 11, it seems only protons are relevant. So it is not clear why we discuss the pion acceptance effect on A0.

    These functions are calculated in the hyperons rest frame, which is defined both by pion and proton momenta. Thus the acceptance effects both from pion and proton are important.

  27. It is not clear why we give Ref. 13 - it was for d+Au collisions.

    In this reference the hyperon reconstruction procedure (for dAu) is discussed.

  28. It is also not clear why we give so many reference to directed flow measurements, specially when ref. 11 does not have even the relation we are refering to.

    Removed in the paper draft Version 11.

  29. The author names are written in different way for Ref. 26.

    Fixed in the paper draft Version 11.

  30. May be make it more clear in the paper by saying
    "We do not observe any transfer of global angular momentum of the system to its consitutent particles that leads to particle having a preferential spin orientation"

    In the conclusion we are stating that we set an upper limit for the global polarization, what is more than just saying "We do not observe any transfer ...". We think that in the current form the conclusion is more appropriate for the obtained results.

  31. From the link you have given regarding what is mean't by "saturation effect in FTPC", shows the v1-FTPC has a difference in value for Fullfield and ReverseFullField configuration for central events. Not sure how that leads to conclusion we make. Because for the reverse and actual field configuration the multiplicity should be same.
    So still not clear when we write -
    "With higher multiplicity at sNN=200 GeV, saturation effects in the Forward TPC's for the most central collisions become evident, and the estimated reaction plane angle is unreliable."

    Please, have a look at the following link:
    20050922_FTPCmultiplicity_FlowPhoneMeeting.pdf
    On page 3 you can see the correlation between multiplicity in TPC and FTPC. Together with plot for v1 in FTPC pseudorapidity region (what is essentially defines the resolution of the first order event plane from FTPC) this should clarify this question. Note, that we expect RFF and FF results to be consistent. The discrepancy between them for most central collisions is an additional indication on detector effects at higher multiplicities in AuAu@200GeV.
    You can also check the links at the FTPC event plane study web page:
    "FTPC Systematics"

  32. You also mentioned "we have no expectations on pT or centrality"
    This is what I read from one of the papers we quote in the paper :
    We can also provide other qualitative predictions of the global hyperon polarization PH in non-central heavyion collisions: (1) Hyperons and their anti-particles are similarly polarized along the same direction perpendicular to the reaction plane in non-central heavy-ion collisions.

    We check this by measuring both Lambda and anti-Lambda global polarization

  33. The global hyperon polarization PH vanishes in central collisions and increases almost linearly with b in semi-central collisions.

    The centrality region 0-5% corresponds to a wide range of impact parameters and it is not clear how we can interpret results and compare them with the expected zero polarization at b=0. Together with observed zero signal we afraid that such discussions can be misleading and will potentially confuse the reader.

  34. It should have a finite value at small pT and in the central rapidity region. It should increase with rapidity and eventually decreases and vanishes at large rapidities.

    We essentially measuring the polarization at mid rapidity and the results are dominated by small p_t region. Again, it is not clear how to compare the obtained zero result in this region with theoretical predictions your are referring to.

  35. Since hyperon's production planes are randomly oriented with respect to the reaction plane of heavy-ion collisions, the observed hyperon polarization in p + A collisions should not contribute to the global polarization as we have defined here, except at large rapidity region where directed flow is observed [13].

    We have checked this from the measurement. See reference [21] in the paper draft and corresponding text on page 9 (right column, last paragraph):
    "The hyperon directed flow is defined as the first order coefficient in the Fourier expansion of the hyperon azimuthal angular distribution with respect to the reaction plane. Due to non-uniform detector acceptance it will interfere with the hyperon global polarization measurement and this can dilute the measured polarization [21]."

  36. In future may be we should just look at Eqn 1 from data (dN/dcos(theta) Vs. cos(theta)) as is done in usual polarization measurements. That would have reduced quite a bit of uncertainty from flow related issues. Did we attempt it ?

    This method requires to introduce additional bins in theta* and further fits dN/dcos(theta*) distribution assuming the polarization dependence according to equation (1). Reconstructed dN/dcos(theta*) distribution can contains other contributions together with those from global polarization (i.e. directed flow, or higher harmonics from expansion (6)). This requires to make additional assumptions regarding the fitting function, what will complicates the interpretation of the final result.
    In the current analysis we are averaging other theta* angle (equations (2) and (3)) and cuts only the particular harmonic in the dN/dcos(theta*) distribution, which corresponds to the polarization contribution. We think is is more straightforward and not biased by assumptions regarding the fitting function. We also have a good control on anisotropic flow contribution in this case.

Comments by Huan Z. Huang

  1. page 5, left column paragraph 2 on the Sigma0/Lambda ratio. A ratio of 15% without errors was quoted as from reference [29], which is a conference proceeding from Gene Van Buren for the STAR collaboration. I do not think this ratio should be quoted as an official STAR result. The number is smaller than string-fragmentation model calculation (~30%) and the thermal statistical model, which has been used to describe RHIC Au+Au data well, would predict the ratio to be ~65% or so. The systematic error estimate should cover this range of variation in the ratio.

    Yes, we estimate systematic errors from Sigma^0 feed-down based on results for dAu collisions. This is the only known measurement by STAR so far. Since we do not have such a measurement for AuAu collisions, we only mention that according to theoretical calculations it is possible for this uncertainty to be larger for AuAu collisions. See page 5, left column, second paragraph from top:
    "The Sigma0/Lambda production ratio value (15%) is measured [29] for d+Au and it can be 2-3 times higher for Au+Au collisions (this can affect the estimated uncertainty)."

  2. in sections B and C, you presented results without acceptance correction and attribute all acceptance effect in uncertainties. That is an unusual way to present experimental results. I still do not understand fully how the errors were included.

    The reason why we present uncorrected data is that due to detector effects the higher harmonic terms of the global polarization expansion (6) can contribute. To measure higher harmonic terms one needs to use different observable than (3), and such measurement requires the independent analysis.
    This question is discussed on page 8 of the paper draft (left column at the bottom):
    "Since the values of P_H^(2) (p_t^H, eta^H) are not measured in this analysis we present uncorrected data in Figs.3-8 providing only an estimate of the non-uniform detector acceptance effects."

  3. For example in figure 9, the value one (unity) corresponds to no polarization (null measurement).

    Figure 9 presents the function A_0, which is independent of the global polarization and it is unity in case of perfect acceptance.

  4. You seem to attribute the difference from the unity as a relative error on the polarization measurement.

    According to equation (9) the deviation of this function from unity affects the overall scale of the measured global polarization. Thus we consider it as a relative uncertainty.

  5. in anisotropic flow measurement a phi-weight function is used to calculate the event-plane angle and the resulting event-plane angle is very flat only after the weighting. Did you use the weighting in your PHI_RP calculation? How is this weighting on the event-plane included in the phi angle integration in section C?

    We use the same technique as for anisotropic flow measurement. We do the recentering (or shifting) of the event plane vector.
    The integration over reaction plane angle is independent from integration over the angles of hyperon and its decay products. Thus effects from event plane determination are separate from acceptance effects due to hyperon's reconstruction procedure. This allows us to integrate over psi_RP in equation (5) and further introduce function A_0 and A_2 in equation (9). The residual effects from event plane determination procedure (after the event plane vector recentering) are taken into account when the results are corrected by the event plane resolution.

  6. Is this 15% used for the estimate of the uncertainty? I argued that this range should be increased to include the variation either based on model prediction or errors from Gene Van Buren's measurement if STAR agrees to use the number. I believe STAR's existing publication policy does not favor using Gene's preliminary number.

    To our understanding, it is better to base estimates on experimental results (although the preliminary one) rather that completely rely on theoretical assumptions. Note, that Gene mentioned that systematic errors in his measurement are also strongly model dependent. As a compromise, we provide an estimate based on Gene's results and state in the paper draft, that depends on model predictions for Au+Au the systematic uncertainty can be larger.

  7. This sounds like because in our analysis we did not measure these quantities, therefore we present the data without the acceptance correction. That does not work well to convince the community about the validity of the analysis IMHO.

    The acceptance effects can not be completely taken into account since they affects not only the magnitude of the measured polarization (A_0 term) but due to these effects the higher harmonics of the global polarization expansion (A_2 term) or the hyperon directed flow can contribute. We believe that, providing a partially corrected points will be misleading since it can be understood that we completely correct our results on acceptance. Thus we estimate the acceptance effects from the data and put them together with other systematic uncertainty.

  8. If the global polarization value is ZERO, what DOES this relative uncertainty mean? I am not convinced of this relative uncertainty interpretation or derivation.

    The relative uncertainty means that if polarization is decreasing in its absolute value (goes to zero) the uncertainty of the measurement is also decreasing (in its value).

  9. I think it is necessary to show a coverage of sin(theta*_p) (equation 10) distribution in the paper. Imagine you are not dealing with STAR TPC, you only have a small detector with acceptance centered around the mean value of sin(theta*_p). From equation (3) and equation (10), you may still get a polarization measurement and acceptance A_0 near unity. But this could be misleading because a small acceptance detector may not have the sensitivity to the polarization measurement at all. I think there could be biases in the analysis here which may not be adequately reflected in the numbers shown in the figures.

    In your example it is assumed that hyperons theta*_p angle is correlated with the reaction plane angle due to narrow detector acceptance (measured with the same detector). In our measurement these angles are independent, since we are using two different detectors (TPC for hyperons and FTPC to reconstruct the event plane). This validates our derivation in section IIC and equations (8)-(11) where it is assumed that acceptance effects originates from hyperon reconstruction procedure and due to reaction plane angle determination are independent. This also makes possible to measure polarization even with a narrow detector acceptance for the hyperons.
    Note, that this is true only for global polarization measurement and the acceptance effects in case of narrow detector you discussed will be a real problem when measuring polarization (or spin alignment) with respect to production plane, where polarization axis and particle angle theta* are affected by the same detector effects.

Comments by Carl Gagliardi

  1. I admit that I am completely baffled by the choice not to acceptance correct your physics results as presented in Figs. 3-8. If I take Fig 9 at face value, you know the acceptance corrections very well. Thus, I see no reason not to apply them. Furthermore, this appears to require only a very straightforward modification to the flow of the paper. Specifically, you could split the current Sect. II.C into two separate sections. The first half, "Acceptance effects", would be placed before the current "Results" section. That would then allow you to end it with a remark that, "All of the results in the following section have been corrected for the non-uniform detector acceptance." This would have the added benefit of letting you reduce the systematic uncertainty due to "Non uniform acceptance" from 20% to <~1%. The other half of the current Sect. II.C, "Systematic uncertainties", would appear after "Results" as it does now.
    Obviously, the systematic uncertainty due to P_H(phi_H-psi_RP) dependence would remain. But that arises from incomplete knowledge of the physics, not from incomplete knowledge of (or corrections for) the acceptance.

    The systematic uncertainty from P_H(phi_H-psi_RP) dependence are defined not only by values of term with P_H^(2) in the expansion (6), but they also ruled by the deviation from zero (the perfect detector case) of function A_2. Only non zero values of A_2 due to non-uniform acceptance leads to the contribution from higher harmonic term in the observable (9). It happens that in this case detector effects and physics contribution are linked with each other. This is the reason why we can not take into account all detector effects, although functions A_0 and A_2 are well defined from the data. In this view, providing a partially corrected points will be misleading since it can be understood that we completely correct our results on acceptance.

Comments by Jim Sowinski

  1. Crucial to the measurement is determining the direction of the normal to the reaction plane, L in the paper, and not just the reaction plane itself. There is a lot of discussion of systematic errors from the resolution of the reaction plane but little about a 180 deg direction ambiguity.
    If I understand the paragraphs in the second column of pg 5 the reaction plane is determined from the FTPCs but the ambiguity in the direction is determined from the ZDCs. Ref. 10 to the STAR directed flow measurements is given to justify this. However the neither the reference nor the present paper have any results indicating the efficiency for determining the direction of L. Clearly the presence of a v1 defines the vector on average but it is not clear that every event has the direction of L clearly defined. Ref. 10 refers to a correlation between east and west event plane determinations. Do they always agree in the sign of L? Ref. 10 states that this does not work for the 0-10% bin. This would lead me to believe for the next bin it is less than 100% efficient. Correlations event by event could also be checked in different regions of eta.
    My first thought would have been that one would not be able to resolve the ambiguity as to which direction the matter is spinning. A v1 clearly shows you do on average determine the direction. But unless you can determine it for every event one would need to define an efficiency for determining the direction that divides the lambda polarization results. It seems likely that this efficiency depends on centrality at least and maybe other kinematic variables.

    Indeed we can not determine the exact direction in each event, and we do it only on statistical basis. What you call the efficiency for determining the direction we call event plane resolution. It is determined from correlations of two event plane defined in different FTPCs. According to a convention, the directed flow of neurons in the ZDC SMD is taken to be positive. From correlations between FTPC and ZDC SMD we find that directed flow in FTPC is negative for a positive pseudorapidity values. This fixes the direction of the orbital momentum.
    We do not expect that the relative sign of directed flow in ZDC SMD and Forward TPC region depends on centrality.
    In reference 10 it is only stated that results for directed flow measured with ZDC SMD event plane failed for most central collisions, this does not mean that it is not possible to measure directed flow and to define the event plane angle for charge particles measured with FTPCs in these region (see for example this slides, page 2: FTPCmultiplicity) The only uncertainty is in the "resolution" of the event plane angle, which is defined by the denominator in equation (4). This uncertainty depends on centrality and it increases towards most central collisions. This is discussed in Section IIC of the paper draft, page 10, right column, first paragraph).

Comments by Steve Vidgor

  1. I am confused by the phrase "(this can affect the estimated uncertainty)". My understanding all along had been that this higher possible feeddown in Au+Au was, indeed, included in the 30% systematic uncertainty on the extracted P_Lambda. The following calculation shows that, under the stated assumptions in the manuscript, a 30% feeddown would give rise to a 30% error in the polarization:
    yield(Lambda from Sigma^0)/yield(direct Lambda) = 0.30
    => P_observed = (10/13) P_direct Lambda + (3/13)(-1/3) P_Sigma^0
    under stated assumption P_Sigma^0 = P_direct Lambda, one gets
    P_observed = (9/13) P_direct Lambda = 0.69 P_direct Lambda.
    Thus, I thought the feeddown error estimate on measured polarization had been made allowing for ~30% Sigma^0 feeddown, twice the value measured in d+Au.

    It looks like we calculate feed down uncertainty in a different way. Your estimate is obtained from this relation:
    P_observed = alpha * P_lambda (in you case for 30% of feed down alpha = 0.69)
    and in our calculations we get it from:
    P_lambda = (1/alpha) P_observed (for 17% [Gene's proceedings: nucl-ex/0512018] feed down I get for 1/alpha = 1.29)
    From these different numbers (0.69 and 1.2) we both occasionally conclude the same, i.e. the uncertainty of 30%. I think this is the source of our confusion.

Comments by Spencer Klein

  1. It would be useful to clearly define what global polarization is early on (perhaps the first paragraph of the introduction). It's defined in Section II, but only after it is used quite a few times.

    The global polarization is already defined in the first paragraph of the introduction as a transformation of the system orbital momentum L into the particles spin which leads to the polarization of secondary produced particles along the direction of L. We think that this definition is enough for the introduction section. We gave mathematical definition with equation (1) shortly in the beginning of section II.

  2. I had a question about Eq. (4). Using a trig identity, this can be rewritten
    P_Lambda = 8/(pi alpha) <[sin(phi_p)cos(Psi_EP) - cos(phi_p)sin(Psi_EP)]/R_EP >
    I'm wondering about the application of a single R_EP to the entire ensemble of sin(phi_p)s. Is a single dilution factor adequate in the denominator here. If one were considering the errors on an event-by-event basis, one should plug Psi_EP+1sigma of R_EP, and psi_EP-1sigma of R_EP; this will occasionally change the sign of P_\Lambda determined for that event. Is there a mathematical relationship (or other argument) that a simple division of the result of the ensemble averaging is OK here.

    We do not define resolution for each particular event and we do not correct on it for each event separately. In other words the correct equation we use is:
    P_Lambda = 8/(pi alpha) <[sin(phi_p)cos(Psi_EP) - cos(phi_p)sin(Psi_EP)]> / < R_EP >
    This equation assumes the symmetry between these two terms and the results for each terms can be used to check the consistency of the measurements. In fact this is one of the systematics and consistency checks done in the analysis.

    The above expression for P_Lambda can be obtained as follows. We start from the equation:
    < sin(psi-Psi_RP)> = < sin(phi- Psi_EP) cos(Psi_EP-Psi-RP) + cos(...) sin(...)>
    We assume that there is no correlation between arguments of sin and cos in this expression and do average separately. Then the second term vanishes due to < sin(Psi_EP-Psi_RP) > = 0 and the first term gives < sin(phi-Psi_EP) > < cos(Psi_EP-Psi_RP >. the second term we call resolution: R_EP = < cos(Psi_EP-Psi_RP >. Dividing everything by this resolution we obtain equation for the polarization.

  3. Also, it would be helpful to the reader if you gave a typical value for R_EP.

    We are using scalar product technique, the resolution is the same order as the directed flow in FTPC pseudorapidity region. Such results can be found in reference [10].

  4. I don't understand why there is a long discussion about the neutron detection in the ZDC, when it is only used to determine the sign of the polarization. It would be better to focus on the FTPC event plane determination (perhaps giving some representative numbers), and then have a brief discussion of the ZDC/SMD combo, focusing on what they are actually used for.

    Please, see the detailed answer above to Jim Sowinski's comment.

  5. Figs. 3-8 might be more accessible if you combined the 2 p_T histograms (lambda + Lambda bar), 2 rapidity histograms, and two centrality histograms. It would simplify particle/antiparticle comparisons, and lead to shorter figure captions, with less repetition. Also, the fit results & chi^2/DOF would be more accessible if they were all put in a single table.

    It is not clear if you propose to put lambda and anti-lambda results in one plot or you propose to combine statistics?
    In general Lambda and anti-Lambda global polarization can be defined by different spin orbital transformation mechanisms and they can have a different magnitude, thus we do not like to combine these results in a single plot.
    We are also reluctant to create a new table as it is not obvious it would clarify the presentation.

  6. We need to explain exactly where the 0.02 limit given in the conclusions comes from. I couldn't figure out how the results were combined with the systematic errors to give a limit; this needs to be clearly laid out.

    We modify the very end of the text before Conclusions in the paper draft Version 11:
    "Taking all these possible correction factors into account, and that our measurements are consistent with zero with statistical error of about 0.01, our results suggest that the global Lambda and anti-Lambda polarizations are |P_{Lambda, anti-Lambda}| < 0:02 in magnitude."

  7. Is it possible to expand the conclusions, to discuss what we really learn from this? We've ruled out one theory paper; what physics do we learn from this?

    We did not just ruled out one of the theory paper. We are trying to set an upper limit for the global polarization, which appears to has an order of magnitude smaller value than those from the first estimate. It is hard to make any further physics conclusions.

  8. Minor comments:
    write '30\%' instead of 'thirty percent'
    Remove the excess "note that's and 'It was found in...' s
    gamma_lambda needs to be defined.

    Fixed in the paper draft Version 11.

Comments by Qinghua Xu and LBL journal club

  1. You might consider to specify in the title of the paper that you study lambda and anti-lambda since there may be other global polarization effect as mentioned in the introduction.

    This is the first measurement of the effect of global polarization. The orbital momentum transformation into the particles spin can reveals itself in other effects, such as spin alignment of vector mesons. This is the first measurement of the global polarization and, although we present only Lambda and anti-Lambda results, the measurement technique discussed in the paper is applicable not only for these particular particles but can be used to measure polarization of other hyperons, for example multistrange one. We think that in the current form the title of the paper is more appropriate in this case.

  2. In Eq.1 you introduce the decay parameter but only on page 2 in the second column you give its value. - you can consider to move it closer to Eq.1.

    In the beginning of Section II we discuss the hyperon global polarization, and this discussion is applicable not only for Lambda and anti-Lambda particles, but for other hyperons (for example multistrange hyperons). We provide the particular numbers for Lambda and anti-Lambda decay parameter later, when discussing the measurement details.

  3. Might be good to mention the value of the event plane resolution used in Eq.4.

    See answer to Spencer Klein comment #3 above.

  4. You show global polarization versus pt, centrality and eta for lambda and anti-lambda as separate plots. Might be good to try to make one panel consists of six plots ( two columns one for lambda and other one for anti-lambda and three rows to show centrality, pt, eta dependence). You might want to add legend in plots for different energy and shorten the text in the captions.

    In the current style of PRL with two columns it will be difficult to put these plots side by side because the scale of the plots will be too small. We also do not like to put legends in the figures, since it will clutter the plots, in particular Fig. 4 and 7.

  5. You might consider removing the fit values from the caption since they are already in the text.

    It was requested by GPC, but we do not mind to remove them from the captions.

  6. You might consider moving the two paragraphs on feed down and spin precession effects on page 5 to the results section when you discuss systematics (close to the table).

    We think it's better to discuss feed down effects together with the Lambda/anti-Lambda hyperon reconstruction technique. To indicate that these effects are contribute to systematic uncertainties of the measurement we refer here to section IIC (Acceptance effects and systematic uncertainties) and also provide our estimates in the summary Table I.

  7. On page 10 you give the systematic error estimate on the direct flow contribution <=1% together with the reference [21]. In reference [21] below Fig.2 you say "...the flow contribution (8) appears to be less than 2x10-3. This is an order of magnitude smaller than the upper limit for the Lambda global polarization ..." indicating 10% effect. Could you explain how you get the 1% estimate?

    From Figure 2 of the reference [21] you can see that 2x10^3 value is at maximum (essentially one point at low p_t). For most points the values are much smaller (of the order of 5*10^-4) what decrease the estimate of 10% by 75 per cent. Furthermore directed flow is also p_t dependant (unfortunately our STAR results for Lambda/anti-Lambda are consistent with zero so far). For charge particles it goes to zero at low p_t and saturates at about 2 GeV (see figure 4 in the reference [10]). The value of 10% for directed flow is also can be over estimated by a factor of 2. In this case it is difficult to get an exact estimate from just Figure 2 of the reference [21], and taking into account the written above we estimate it to be <1%.

 

GPC comments

God Parent Committee for the paper on "Global polarization measurement in Au+Au collisions"

GPC members:

Main GPC comments

  1. (Ernst Sichtermann) The uncertainty in polarization caused by feed-down contribution should presumably be presented as a possible offset instead of a percentage.

    We report the systematic errors on feed down from multi strange hyperon assuming the same polarization as for direct lambdas. Therefore we report the relative systematic error in percents.

  2. (Evan Finch) The systematic error from acceptance is not naturally a relative error, right?

    Second line in equation (9) of the paper draft shows that both acceptance function A^(0,2) contribute together with polarization expansion coefficients P_H^(0,2). If polarization is zero (all P_H^(n) = 0), the acceptance effects in A^(0,2) are not contribute. This allows us to treat the deviation in A^(0,2) of 20% from perfect acceptance case as a relative uncertainty.

  3. (Hal Spinka) In Figs. 5 and 8, there are points with centrality 0-5%. I would have naively thought that you couldn't define a reaction plane for these events (or maybe have a reaction plane with such large uncertainty as to be meaningless). In any case, I suspect that the polarization should vanish as the centrality (and p_T) goes to zero.

    We do expect the polarization and anisotropic flow (which defines the event plane) are goes to zero only for b=0. Centrality region 0-5% corresponds to a relatively large range of impact parameters. Although the systematic uncertainties are larger, we still are able to reconstruct reaction plane angle and measure the polarization in this centrality region.

  4. (Mark Heinz) The lowest p_T point on the figures 3 and 6. The efficiency for reconstructing the lowest p_T point - was this ever resolved?

    Large error bars for lowest p_t points are showing the increase in uncertainty to reconstruct hyperons in this p_t region and we left these points in figures to indicate this effect.

  5. (Evan Finch) The 0.15 sigma0/lambda ratio referred to is Gene's d+Au; for Au+Au the predictions are (as he notes) 2-3 times this big.

    We estimate systematic errors from Sigma^0 feed-down based on results for dAu collisions and exactly this estimate is given in the paper draft. Since we do not have such a measurement for AuAu collisions, we only mention that it is possible for this uncertainty to be larger for AuAu collisions.

  6. (Ernst Sichtermann) I do agree with Evan's comment that the repeated "Data points are not acceptance corrected" in the figure captions is not (longer) needed - it is clear enough from the text and can be viewed as just one source of systematic uncertainty. If you want to keep the message in the caption, I would probably phrase it as "The indicated uncertainties are statistical only. The systematic uncertainties include acceptance and other effects, and are estimated to be smaller as discussed in sec IIC."

    Replaced in the paper draft Version 11

  7. (Ernst Sichtermann) Reference [28], Y.J. Pei hep-ph/9703243 - have you considered F. Becattini and U. Heinz, ZPC 76 (1997) 269?

    Added with corresponding discussions in the paper draft Version 11

  8. (Ernst Sichtermann) Last, I would like to suggest some (other) minor rewording:
    On page 5, "This estimate takes into account ... Au+Au collisions (this can affect the estimated uncertainty)." How about: This estimate takes into account the average polarization transfer from Σ0 to Λ, which we estimate to be -1/3 [26, 27], neglecting the possible effect from non-uniform acceptance of the daughter Λ. The production ratio of Σ0/Λ is measured to be 0.15 for d+Au collisions [29]. Our uncertainty estimate takes into account that it can be 2-3 times higher for Au+Au collisions.

    There is a confusion here. Please see corresponding comment by Steve Vidgor at this page.

     

Recent GPC comments

  1. (Hal Spinka)
    PACS - you only have the PACS for collective flow. Perhaps include 24.70.+s for polarization, or maybe others for hyperon production? Sorry I didn't notice this before.
    page 8, left col., line 7 and beyond paragraph. I make a suggestion for this paragraph, but think some improvement is still needed. -> "To check the reconstruction code, Monte Carlo simulations with sizable linear ... spectra have been performed. Both the sign and magnitude of the reconstructed polarization agreed with the input values (within statistical uncertainties?)."

    Added PACS numbers:
    23.20.En Angular distribution and correlation measurements 24.70.+s Polarization phenomena in reactions 25.75.-q Relativistic heavy-ion collisions 25.75.Ld Collective flow 14.20.Jn Hyperons 25.75.Gz Particle correlations 25.75.Dw Particle and resonance production
    Paragraph discussing simulation results is replaced by what Hal suggested: "To check the reconstruction code, Monte Carlo simulations with sizable linear transverse momentum dependence of hyperon global polarization and hydrodynamic p_t^H spectra have been performed. Both the sign and magnitude of the reconstructed polarization agreed with the input values within statistical uncertainties."

  2. (Steve Vidgor)
    1) In a number of places the text refers to colors (red vs. black, etc.) in describing figures. Since the colors will likely not appear in the journal, choose different descriptions (e.g., darker vs. lighter shading in Fig. 2; open circles vs. filled squares in Figs. 3-8), and modify the text accordingly.
    2) Since the discussion of feed-down comes quite a bit before the discussion of systematic errors, the reader is left hanging a bit at the end of the feed-down discussion, as to what will be made of these estimates. So I would suggest adding a sentence in the 2nd paragraph, left column on page 5:
    "...decaying via strong interactions. THE EFFECT OF THESE FEED-DOWNS, ESTIMATED AS DESCRIBED BELOW, IS INCORPORATED IN OUR SYSTEMATIC ERRORS IN SEC. II C. Under the assumption..." 3) Under eq. (4), the sentence that begins "The direction of the system..." will be clearer if the final parenthetical "(event plane)" is removed, and the earlier description in that sentence modified to say: "...defined to be along the normal to the EVENT plane spanned by..."
    4) I find the addition of the average values of trigonometric functions in eqs. (9-11) helps quite a bit in thinking about the acceptance non- uniformities. However, I find the added sentence "The stronger deviation from unity of A_0 at smaller p_t^H..." still not very illuminating. I would suggest a slightly longer description along the following lines -- I don't know if my explanation is correct, but it sounds plausible. If you have a better understanding of the behavior, please describe that in somewhat more detail than the present version.
    "The deviation of this function from unity is small and it reflects losses of the daughter protons or pions from the STAR detector acceptance, primarily at small angles with respect to the beam direction. Proton losses and pion losses dominate in different regions of phase space, since in the detector frame the protons follow the parent Lambda direction much more closely than do the pions. When the Lambda momentum is itself near the acceptance edges ($|\eta| \approx 1$), then the primary losses come from protons falling even closer to the beam direction. This disfavoring of small $\theta_p*$ tends to increase $\overline{\sin \theta_p*}$, hence $A_0$, with respect to uniform acceptance. In contrast, when the Lambda is near mid- rapidity or at high $p_t^H$, the daughter protons are constrained to stay within the detector acceptance. Then the primary losses arise from forward-going daughter pions, preferentially correlated with large $\sin \theta_p*$, tending to reduce $A_0$ from unity. In any case, the corresponding corrections to the absolute value of the global polarization are estimated to be less than 20\% of the extracted polarization values."
    5) Some grammatical corrections in the last paragraph on page 9: "The hyperon directed flow is defined as THE first-order coefficient in THE Fourier expansion of THE hyperon azimuthal..." Later: "...of the same order of magnitude as FOR charged particles ($\leq 10\%$), the effects of such interference HAVE been found...due to both the hyperon reconstruction procedure and IMPERFECTION of the reaction plane determination..."
    6) The 0.02 limit appears for the first time in the conclusions. I would suggest foreshadowing this appearance at the very end of section IIC: "...less than a factor of 2--2.5. TAKING ALL THESE POSSIBLE CORRECTION FACTORS INTO ACCOUNT, OUR RESULTS SUGGEST THAT THE GLOBAL LAMBDA AND LABMDA-BAR POLARIZATIONS ARE <= 0.02 IN MAGNITUDE."

    All figures are modified and only filled circles and oped squares symbols are used
    sentences added
    This para added. The only changes were made are (see page 9, left column): protons -> protons (anti-protons) Lambda -> Lambda (Anti-Lambda)
    "factor of 2" replaced by "factor of 2-2.5"

  3. (Evan Finch)

    I would take the statement "Data points are not acceptance corrected" out of the figure captions, It's clear now in the text and I think it will just confuse people who skim the text and look at the figures.
    Left as is. This sentence was added as the result of previous GPC comments. We are ready to remove it if other GPC members agreed on this too.

    The statement on strong feed down/string fragmentation model would benefit from mentioning what fraction of the indirect lambdas come from strong feed down (in the model) as opposed to sources you've already accounted for.
    Left as is. This fraction of indirect hyperons from strong decay depends on both, our estimate of weak decay feed-downs and on the fraction of direct hyperons. Since the latter one is not measured with STAR, providing such a model dependent number without detailed explanation can potentially confuse the reader.

    Is it possible to replace 'negligible' with a real number for the effect of spin precession? If you have a number at hand, it would be better to include it.
    The relative uncertainty from this effect is < 0.1%. This number is added to the text and the Table 1.

    In the acceptance section, I might replace "A() is a function to account for detector acceptance" with "A() is the fraction of lambdas which are accepted as a function of hyperon and daughter momentum".
    Left as is. This statement will be difficult to understand together with the normalization of this function to unity. We can modified it as follows: "A() is a function to account for detector acceptance which is proportional to the fraction of accepted hyperons." In this form it is just a repetition of what we understand under detector acceptance.

    And some minor grammar points... From the first line in page 3, I would remove "the". Also, take out the last occurence of "the" in that same paragraph.
    Removed

    Remove "in distance" from "at least 6cm in distance" on page 4. In that same paragraph, replace "choose" with "chose" to stay in the past tense.
    Removed and replaced

    Page 5, first column, I would add "in" to "Based on the results in [30].
    Added

 

Global polarization of Anti-Lambda hyperon

Figures for the Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization

Anti-Lambda Global polarization

Fig.1 Global polarization of Anti-Lambda hyperons as a function of Anti-Lambda transverse momentum.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%) and open squares indicate the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%).

Anti-Lambda Global polarization

Fig.2 Global polarization of Anti-Lambda hyperons as a function of Anti-Lambda pseudorapidity.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%). A constant line fit to these data points yields P_Anti-Lambda = (1.8 +- 10.8)x10^{-3} with chi^2/ndf = 5.5/10. Open squares show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%). A constant line fit gives P_Anti-Lambda = (-17.6 +- 11.1)x10^{-3} with chi^2/ndf = 8.0/10.

Anti-Lambda Global polarization

Fig.3 Global polarization of Ant-Lambda hyperons as a function of centrality.

Filled circles show the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV (centrality region 20-70%) and open squares indicate the results for Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN}=62 GeV (centrality region 0-80%).

Referee reports

  1. First referee report and reply

 

Parity violation

Ilya Selyuzhenkov for the STAR Collaboration

Strong local parity violation studies and presentations

 

Spin alignment

Global spin alignment in HIC

Main paper's web page

Some supporting material (see also files attached):

 

Strange flow

V0 directed flow study in AuAu@62GeV

Lambda, Anti-Lambda, K0Short directed flow in AuAu@62GeV data was measured by two and three particle correlations (FTPC, ZDCSMD and TPC data were used). In the error range the obtained results are consistent with zero.

Elliptic flow study in AuAu@62GeV

Non-flow contribution

By using the different charged sub-events the significant non-flow contribution from KSI decays were found, both in Lambda and Anti-Lambda elliptic flows. By correlating with event planes from different pseudo-rapidity region (TPC and FTPC event planes) the non-flow contribution to V0 elliptic flow has been estimate.

Barion to anti-barion asymmetry

The barion/anti-barion asymmetry investigated by studying the Lambda to anti-Lambda elliptic flow ratio. The barion to anti-barion elliptic flow ratio is found systematically different from 1 by few percents.

Talks and Publications

  • The paper on "PID v2 in AuAu@62GeV" are currently in preparation.
    It will include the results on V0 nonflow study and barion to anti-barion elliptic flow ratio results.

Supporting materials:

  1. V0's elliptic flow from Au+Au@62GeV, Au+Au@200GeV and Cu+Cu@200GeV
  2. V0's elliptic flow: dependence on charge of the particles in the event plane
  3. Comparing results for K0short elliptic flow
  4. V0's flows in Au+Au@62GeV
  5. V0's directed flow in Au+Au@62GeV
  6. Lambda, Anti-Lambda and K0Short directed and elliptic flows in Au+Au collision at 62 GeV
  7. Lambda and Anti-Lambda production in Au+Au collisions at 62GeV

 

Talks and posters

Talks and posters given at various conferences and workshops

2005 MCM

2005 Mindwest Critical Mass workshop, Toledo OH

Global polarization and parity violation in Au+Au collisions:

Slides: pdf or Open Office format

 

2005 QM

Quark Matter 2005 conference

Poster presentation on "Global polarization and parity violation study in Au+Au collisions:

 

2006 CIPANP

CIPANP2006 conference

Talk on "Acceptance effects in the hyperons global polarization measurement"

 

2006 QM

Quark Matter 2006 conference

Talk on "Centrality dependence of hyperon global polarization in Au+Au collisions at RHIC"

 

2006 SQM

Strangeness in Quark Matter (SQM2006) conference

Talk on "Global polarization measurement in Au + Au collisions":

 

2006 Xian

2006 Xian (China) workshop

Talk on "Anti-Lambda hyperon global polarization in Au+Au collisions at RHIC".

 

Weekly bulk meeting

bulk/corr preliminary summary


Preliminary Figure repository of FCV PWG

1) All the preliminary plots MUST contain a STAR Preliminary label.

2) Please provide the link to your Blog page with the preliminary plots.

3) Please include at least pdf and png versions for the figures.


Year System Author Analysis Conference presentation(s) Figures
   Flow        
 
2023 Au+Au 14.6, 19.6, 27 & 54.4 GeV (BES-II) Rishabh Sharma Elliptic and triangular flow of light nuclei   QM2023-talk Blog 
2023 Au+Au 3, 3.2, 3.5 & 3.9 GeV (FXT) Zuowen Liu Directed and triangular flow of identified particles QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.2 GeV FXT  Like Liu Directed and elliptic flow of identified particles QM2023 Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.2, 3.5 & 3.9 GeV (FXT) Chengdong Han Directed flow of hyper-nuclei QM2023-talk Blog 
2023 Au+Au 19.6GeV (BES-II) Xiaoyu Liu Directed flow in EPD QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 7.7, 14.6 & 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Aditya Prasad Dash Charge dependent directed flow QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 14.6, 19.6, 27, 54.4 & 200 GeV Niseem Magdy Flow correlations, SC, NSC QM2023-poster Blog 
2023 O+O 200 GeV Shengli Huang Flow in small system QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 200 GeV Takahito Todoroki Flow in gamma+Au QM2023 Blog 
2023 Au+Au 3.2, 3.5 & 3.9 GeV (FXT) Sharang Rav Sharma Directed and triangular flow of PID ISMD2023-talk,
QM2023-poster
Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.2, 3.5 & 3.9 GeV (FXT) Cameron Racz Triangular flow of PID QM2023 Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.2, 3.5 &3.9 GeV (FXT) Junyi Han Directed flow of hypernuclei QM2023-poster Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.9 GeV Xing Wu Elliptic flow of lambda, KS0 QM2023-poster Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.9 GeV Guoping Wang Directed and Elliptic flow of pions QM2023-poster Blog
2023 Au+Au 7.7, 14.6 GeV Emmy Duckworth Excess proton directed flow QM2023-poster Blog
2023 Au+Au 3.0 GeV (FXT) Ding Chen Directed flow of PID  far forward rapidity QM2023 Blog
           
 
   Chirality        
 
2023 Au+Au 7.7, 14.6, 19.6 & 27 GeV (BES-II) Zhiwan Xu CME ESS in BES-II QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 200 GeV Hansheng Li CME ESE QM2023-poster Blog
2023 Isobar 200 GeV Yufu Lin CME force matching Chirality2023 Blog
2023 Isobar 200 GeV Yicheng Feng CME baseline QM2023-talk Blog
           
 
           
 
   Vorticity        
 
2023 Isobar 200 GeV Xingrui Gou Global and local lambda polarization of lambda QM2023-talk Blog
2023 Au+Au 200 GeV Baoshan Xi Global spin alignment of rho meson (projection) QM2023 Blog
2023 Au+Au 14.6 GeV (BES-II) Gavin Wilks Global spin alignment of rho meson QM2023 Blog
2023 Isobar 200 GeV Diyu Shen J/psi spin alignment wrt 1st order EP QM2023 Blog, Blog2 
2023 Au+Au BES-II Egor Alpatov Xi global polarization DSpin2023-talk Blog 
2023 Au+Au BES-II CW Robertson Global spin alignment invariant mass method QM2023-poster Blog
           
           
 
           
 
Year System Author Analysis Conference presentation(s) Figures
   Flow        
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Zuowen Liu Directed flow of pi, K, p   QM2022, SQM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 27 GeV (BES-II) Xiaoyu Liu Directed flow in EPD  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 200 GeV (2014, 2016), Isobar 200 GeV Diyu Shen Charge dependent directed flow of pi, K, p  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 27 GeV (BES-II), Au+Au 200 GeV (2016), Ashik Ikbal Directed flow of pi, K, p, phi, Lambda, Xi, Omega  QM2022   Blog
 
           
 
2022 Au+Au 14.6, 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Li-Ke Liu Elliptic flow of pi, K, p, KS0, Lambda, Xi, Omega  QM2022SQM2022 Blog_QM, Blog_SQM
 
2022 Au+Au 14.6 GeV (BES-II) Prabhupada Dixit Elliptic flow of phi meson  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 54.4  GeV (BES-I)
Au+Au 14.6, 19.6, 27  GeV (BES-II)
Rishabh Sharma Elliptic flow of light (anti-) nuclei  QM2022, SQM2022   Blog_QM, Blog_SQM
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Priyanshi Sinha Elliptic flow of phi meson  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Priyanshi Sinha Elliptic flow of strange and multi-strange  SQM2022   Blog
 
           
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Priyanshi Sinha Triangular flow of phi meson  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 3 GeV (FXT) Cameron Racz Triangular flow of pi, K, p  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6 GeV (BES-II) Prabhupada Dixit Triangular flow of strange and multi-strange  SQM2022   Blog
 
           
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6, 27 GeV (BES-II), 54.4 GeV,
isobar 200 GeV
Gaoguo Yan Longitudinal flow de-correlation (r2 and r3)  QM2022   Blog
 
2022  Isobar 200 GeV Chunjian Zhang Nuclear deformation, vn-pt correlation  QM2022  Blog
 
           
 
   Chirality        
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Yicheng Feng CME Baseline (Nonflow study)  QM2022, SQM2022   Blog_QM,  Blog_SQM
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Jagbir Singh CME SDM method  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 27 GeV (BES-II) Zhiwan Xu CME ESE     Blog
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Haojie Xu Neutron skin  QM2022  Blog
 
           
 
   Vorticity        
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6, 27 GeV (BES-II) Joseph Adams Global lambda polarization  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Xingrui Gou Global and local lambda polarization  QM2022, SQM2022   Blog_QM, Blog_SQM
 
2022 Isobar 200 GeV Subhash Singha Global spin alignment of K*0, K*+/-  QM2022   Blog
 
2022 Au+Au 19.6 GeV BES-II Gavin Wilks Global spin alignment of phi meson  SQM2022   Blog
 
2022  Au+Au 19.6, 27 GeV BES-II  Qiang Hu  Baryonic SHE, Local lambda polarization  SQM2022  Blog
 
           
 
           
 

2019 Au+Au @ 4.5 GeV
Run 15 FXT
v1 of proton, pion, kaon
 2019 WWND
(Hiroki Kato)
link
2019 Cu+Au, Au+Au @ 200GeV
Run12, Run11
HBT w.r.t. Psi1 2019 WWND
(Yota Kawamura)
link
2020 Au+Au @ 27GeV Run18

Global Polarization of Xi

2020 ICPPA
(Egor Alpatov)
link
2020 Au+Au @ BES1, 27GeV Run18 v2 and v3 of pi+-, K+-, p, pbar 2020 ICPPA
(Petr Parfenov)
link
2020 Au+Au @ 27GeV Run18 e-by-e corr Lambda handness/CME 2020 DNP
(Yicheng Feng)
link
2020 Au+Au @ 27GeV Run18 charge-dep. corr for CME 2020 DNP
(Yu Hu)
link
2020 Au+Au @ 3 and 7.2 GeV FXT Run18 phi-meson v1 2020 DNP
(Ding Chen)
link
2020 AuAu/UU @ 200/193GeV Run11/12 pT-vn correlation 2020 DNP
(Chunjian Zhang)
link
2020 AuAu @ 3/27/54GeV Run18/17 PID v1 and v2 2020 DNP
(Shaowei Lan)
link
2021 AuAu @ 27GeV Run18 de-correlation r2 and r3 2021 IS
(Maowu Nie)
link
2021 AuAu @ 3GeV FXT Run18 Light nucleus v1 and v2 2021 CPOD
(Xionghong He)
link
note
2021 AuAu @ 54GeV Global hyperon polarization 2021 Hadron
(Egor Alpatov)
link
note
2019 AuAu @ 54GeV Global lambda polarization 2019 QM
(Kosuke Okubo)
link
2021 AuAu @ 7.2GeV FXT Global lambda polarization 2021 SQM
(Kosuke Okubo)
link
2021 Isobar @ 200GeV v2, v3 and mean pT fluct. ratio 2021 DNP
(Chunjiang Zhang)
link
2021 AuAu @ 27, 54, 200GeV v2-pT, pT-pT correlation, an_pT 2021 DNP
(Niseem Magdy)
link
2021 AuAu @ BES-I, 27 GeV (BES-II) v2,v3 difference of particle and antiparticles ICNFP-2020 and ICPPA-2020
(MEPhi group)
link
         
         
         
         
         

 
Year System Physics figures First shown Link to figures
2017 Au+Au FXT at 4.5 GeV Specta, HBT, flow 2017 QM
(Kathryn Meehan)
link
2017
Au+Au @ 200 GeV
Run10, Run11
C6 of Net-Proton
2017 QM
(Toshihiro Nonaka)
link
2018 Au+Au @ BES1
 v1 of produced and
transported quarks
2018 QM
(Gang Wang)
link
2018 d+Au @ BES, p+Au v2/v3 in small system
2018 QM
(Shengli Huang)
link
2018
Au+Au @ 200GeV
Run14
Z-component of
Lambda Polarization
2018 QM
(Takafumi Niida)
link

2018

Au+Au @ 200 GeV
Run10, Run11
 C1-C6 of Net-Charge
 2018 QM/APS/JPS
(Tetsuro Sugiura)
 link

2018

 Au+Au @ 4.5 GeV
Run 15 FXT
 v1 of proton, pion
 2018 APS/JPS
(Hiroki Kato)
 link

2018

 Cu+Au, Au+Au @ 200GeV
Run12, Run11
 HBT w.r.t. Psi1
 2018 APS/JPS
(Yota Kawamura)
 link

2018

Au+Au @ 54.4GeV
Run17

Net-Charge dist.
(un-corr.)
2018 DEA-HEP
(Ashish Pandav)

 link

2018
 Au+Au, Cu+Au, U+U, p(d)+Au @ 20, 27, 39, 200GeV
 R(DS) correlator
 2018 Chirality WS, WWND2019 (Niseem)
 link
2018 Au+Au BES Pion and kaon HBT WPCF 2017, 2018, 2019
(Grigory Nigmatkulov, Jindrich Lidrych)
link

Common

STAR Physics Pages of Common Interest

Approval arrangement

Occasionally, someone else on this list might sign off your work if the default person is not able to, due to travel, etc. 

STAR detector pictures and event display

Beam Use Requests

Physics Analysis Coordination links

Computing

STAR Preliminary Results Archive

Policies and Guidances

Task Force

BES-II Run QA & Centrality Calibration

Centrality calibration and Glauber parameters

STAR Blind Analyses

 

 

 
 
 

BES-II Centrality Calibration

This page collects information regarding centrality calibration for BES-II datasets

Useful links:

Analysis details for centrality calibration: Links to Glauber parameters

BES-II COL datasets

Glauber parameters

19.6 GeV (Include 5% uncertainty in total cross section)


14.6 GeV (Include 5% uncertainty in total cross section)



200 GeV (Include 5% uncertainty in total cross section)



BES-II FXT datasets (Run19)

Glauber parameters

3.2 GeV (Include 5% uncertainty in total cross section)



3.9 GeV (Include 5% uncertainty in total cross section)

BES-II FXT datasets (Run20)

 

BES-II FXT datasets (Run21)

 

BES-II Run QA

This page documents BES-II run-dependent QA

Algorithm packages:
 
Analysis cuts:
  • Event level cuts:
    • |vz| < 145 cm
    • vr < 2 cm
  • Pileup rejection:
    • Pileup rejection based on RefMult vs. bTofMatch will only be determined AFTER bad run rejection
    • Applied in StRefMultCorr
  • Track quality cuts:
    • Primary tracks
    • |eta| < 1.5
    • NHitsFit >= 10
    • DCA < 3 cm
    • 0.06 < pT < 2 GeV/c

Variables used to determine bad run lists
    Centrality LFSUPC FCV     CF       JetCorr HF       
TPC performance  RefMult
(A cut of RefMult>20 suggested for 19.6 GeV)
         
  Track eta X          
  Track phi X          
  sDCAxy mean and sigma X          
  dE/dx X          
               
bTOF status bTofMatch  X     X    
               
bTOF PID 1/beta          
               
eTOF performance* eTofHits           X
  eTofDeltaX, eTofDeltaY, eTof 1/beta          
               
EPD status EPD east hits          
  EPD west hits          
               
VPD status VPD east hits          
  VPD west hits          
               
BEMC status nBemcCluster          
  nBemcPidTraits          
  BemcTowerE         X  
               
BEMC PID BEMC E/p          
  BEMC ZDist, PhiDist          
  BEMCSMDNEta, BEMCSMDNPhi          
               
BEMC trigger BEMC ADC0          
  nBemcHitAboveThreshold          
               
MTD performance  nMtdHits, nMtdPidTraits           X
  MTD dTof, dZ, dY          
               
Analysis specific              
TPC EP Q1xTPC, Q1yTPC, Q2xTPC, Q2yTPC          
EPD EP Q1xEPD, Q1yEPD, Q2xEPD, Q2yEPD          
BBC EP Q1xBBC, Q1yBBC, Q2xBBC, Q2yBBC          
ZDC EP Q1xZDC, Q1yZDC, Q2xZDC, Q2yZDC          
               
Monitor Track pT            
  BBC rate, ZDC rate            
  vz, vr            
               



* First, we will need to consult eTOF experts on the variables to be checked

FXT datasets


This page collects bad run lists for all FXT datasets taken in 2019-21 

Dataset  Bad run list SLIDES
Run19 3.2 GeV (FXT, 4.59 GeV)

none

LINK
Run19 3.9 GeV (FXT, 7.3 GeV) 20107029, 20113042, 20113043, 20169033, 20169043  LINK
Run19 7.7 GeV (FXT, 31.2 GeV) 20189035, 20189038, 20189039, 20189040, 20189041, 20189042, 20190006, 20190008  LINK
     
Run20 3.5 GeV (FXT, 5.75 GeV) 20355020, 20355021, 21044023, 21045024, 21045025, 21044027, 21044035, 21045004  LINK
Run20 3.9 GeV (FXT, 7.3 GeV) 21035011, 21036012  LINK
Run20 4.5 GeV (FXT, 9.8 GeV) 21032001  LINK
Run20 5.2 GeV (FXT, 13.5 GeV) 21034002, 21034007  LINK
Run20 6.2 GeV (FXT, 19.5 GeV) 21032046, 21033009  LINK
Run20 7.2 GeV (FXT, 26.5 GeV)    
Run20 7.7 GeV (FXT, 31.2 GeV) 21029002, 21029013, 21029027  LINK
     
Run21 3.0 GeV (FXT, 3.85 GeV, I)    
Run21 3.0 GeV (FXT, 3.85 GeV, II)    
Run21 7.2 GeV (FXT, 26.5 GeV)    
Run21 9.2 GeV (FXT, 44.5 GeV)    
Run21 11.5 GeV (FXT, 70 GeV)    
Run21 13.7 GeV (FXT, 100 GeV)

O+O 200 GeV COL

 TPC performance

Total bad runs: 39

List of bad runs:

22130029 22130046 22130047 22131012 22131013 22131014 22131015 22131021 22131033 22131035 22132014 22133004 22133005 22133009 22133018 22133019 22133020 22133021 22133022 22133023 
22133031 22133032 22133037 22133038 22135039 22136011 22136015 22136035 22137011 22138001 22138013 22138032 22141040 22142077 22143014 22143015 22143016 22143029 22143030
 

Run19 Au+Au 14.6 GeV COL

Studies for bad run list determination:
  • TPC bad run list (Ashik, Li-Ke): SLIDES
  • Overview of TPC bad run list (Dan): SLIDES

  # of bad runs Bad run list
TPC performance  153

20094053, 20094054, 20096025, 20099032, 20099033, 20099034, 20099044, 20099048, 20099052, 20101002, 
20102001, 20102002, 20102003, 20102013, 20102014, 20102035, 20102036, 20102053, 20103002, 20103003, 
20103005, 20103006, 20104016, 20108010, 20108012, 20108013, 20110001, 20110022, 20111020, 20111047, 
20113055, 20113063, 20113066, 20113067, 20113068, 20113069, 20113070, 20113081, 20113088, 20114025, 
20114026, 20114031, 20117013, 20117055, 20119005, 20119053, 20120047, 20123015, 20123016, 20123018, 
20123038, 20124001, 20124037, 20124051, 20124058, 20124059, 20124060, 20124062, 20124064, 20124066, 
20124068, 20124070, 20124072, 20124074, 20124077, 20124079, 20125003, 20125005, 20125007, 20125008, 
20125010, 20125011, 20125013, 20125015, 20125016, 20125018, 20125020, 20125023, 20125025, 20125027, 
20125028, 20125029, 20125030, 20125031, 20125033, 20125034, 20125035, 20125036, 20125038, 20125039, 
20125041, 20125044, 20125047, 20125048, 20125049, 20125050, 20125053, 20125055, 20125057, 20125058, 
20125059, 20126004, 20126005, 20126006, 20126007, 20126008, 20126010, 20126013, 20126014, 20126015, 
20126017, 20126019, 20126021, 20126025, 20126027, 20126029, 20127006, 20127007, 20127010, 20127012, 
20128043, 20131015, 20131028, 20132002, 20132012, 20134024, 20136001, 20136003, 20136006, 20136008, 
20137005, 20137011, 20137013, 20137015, 20137017, 20138002, 20138015, 20138039, 20139033, 20141002, 
20143007, 20144038, 20147022, 20148007, 20148031, 20150004, 20151003, 20151006, 20151012, 20152026, 
20152028, 20152029, 20152030

bTOF status    
bTOF PID    
EPD status    
VPD status    
BEMC status    
BEMC PID    
BEMC trigger    
MTD     
Analysis specific    
TPC EP    
EPD EP    
BBC EP    
ZDC EP    
     
     


Injection runs
(403):

20094051, 20094055, 20094058, 20094062, 20094063, 20094064, 20094065, 20094066, 20094069, 20094075, 

20094078, 20094082, 20094092, 20094100, 20094103, 20095007, 20095011, 20095014, 20095015, 20095017, 

20096003, 20096006, 20096012, 20096013, 20096019, 20096028, 20097002, 20097003, 20097007, 20097010, 

20097016, 20097020, 20097025, 20097032, 20098001, 20098004, 20098007, 20098011, 20098014, 20098018, 

20099020, 20099031, 20099041, 20099042, 20100006, 20100011, 20100018, 20101015, 20102015, 20102033, 

20103004, 20103007, 20104002, 20104013, 20104020, 20106019, 20107001, 20107003, 20107007, 20107015, 

20107018, 20107021, 20107023, 20107025, 20107030, 20108004, 20108008, 20108014, 20108018, 20108021, 

20108024, 20108026, 20108027, 20110004, 20110005, 20110006, 20110008, 20110010, 20110011, 20110013, 

20110015, 20110018, 20110020, 20110024, 20110026, 20110029, 20110032, 20110038, 20110041, 20110045, 

20110048, 20110051, 20110053, 20111002, 20111004, 20111011, 20111012, 20111015, 20111017, 20111019, 

20111024, 20111026, 20111028, 20111031, 20111033, 20111037, 20111039, 20111041, 20111045, 20111050, 

20111051, 20111054, 20111057, 20112001, 20112003, 20112005, 20112007, 20112009, 20112012, 20112015, 

20112029, 20113011, 20113016, 20113017, 20113021, 20113022, 20113028, 20113031, 20113033, 20113036, 

20113038, 20113051, 20113053, 20113054, 20113056, 20113072, 20113080, 20113093, 20113094, 20114002, 

20114004, 20114006, 20114009, 20114028, 20114029, 20114032, 20114038, 20114040, 20115002, 20115003, 

20115006, 20115007, 20115010, 20115011, 20115013, 20115015, 20115017, 20117009, 20117011, 20117014, 

20117016, 20117018, 20117020, 20117021, 20117024, 20117035, 20117038, 20117041, 20117048, 20117052, 

20117056, 20118005, 20118008, 20118010, 20118012, 20118014, 20118020, 20118032, 20118034, 20118037, 

20118041, 20118045, 20118047, 20118052, 20118058, 20118069, 20118073, 20118081, 20118085, 20118090, 

20119002, 20119008, 20119011, 20119013, 20119015, 20119016, 20119019, 20119022, 20119023, 20119026, 

20119055, 20120002, 20120004, 20120006, 20120010, 20120013, 20120014, 20120016, 20120018, 20120021, 

20120037, 20120039, 20120041, 20120043, 20120046, 20120048, 20120050, 20121002, 20121007, 20121010, 

20121012, 20121017, 20121020, 20122003, 20122007, 20122009, 20122014, 20122023, 20122024, 20123003, 

20123004, 20123008, 20123010, 20123012, 20123014, 20123017, 20123042, 20124002, 20124006, 20124012, 

20124013, 20124015, 20124017, 20124019, 20124022, 20124028, 20124029, 20124039, 20124040, 20124042, 

20124044, 20124055, 20124056, 20124061, 20124063, 20124065, 20124067, 20124069, 20124071, 20124073, 

20124076, 20124078, 20125001, 20125002, 20125004, 20125006, 20125009, 20125012, 20125014, 20125017, 

20125019, 20125021, 20125022, 20125024, 20125026, 20125032, 20125037, 20125040, 20125042, 20125043, 

20125045, 20125046, 20125051, 20125052, 20125054, 20125056, 20126009, 20126011, 20126012, 20126016, 

20126018, 20126020, 20126024, 20126026, 20126028, 20127008, 20127021, 20127030, 20127036, 20127039, 

20127044, 20127046, 20127048, 20127053, 20127058, 20127060, 20127065, 20127070, 20127072, 20127076, 

20128001, 20128004, 20128010, 20128014, 20128016, 20128044, 20128046, 20128048, 20128050, 20128052, 

20129001, 20129003, 20129005, 20129007, 20129009, 20129011, 20129013, 20130006, 20130008, 20130011, 

20130013, 20130015, 20130017, 20131001, 20131003, 20131005, 20131008, 20131010, 20131012, 20131014, 

20131016, 20131019, 20131023, 20131027, 20131029, 20131031, 20131037, 20131039, 20131041, 20131043, 

20131045, 20132001, 20132003, 20132005, 20132007, 20132009, 20132011, 20132013, 20132015, 20132017, 

20132020, 20132024, 20132026, 20132029, 20132033, 20132035, 20132038, 20132040, 20132044, 20132050, 

20132054, 20132058, 20133001, 20133003, 20133005, 20133008, 20133012, 20133015, 20133016, 20133018, 

20133020, 20134002, 20134010, 20134012, 20134014, 20134019, 20134021, 20134025, 20134035, 20134038, 

20134040, 20134043, 20134045, 20134047, 20134049, 20134051, 20134053, 20134055, 20135001, 20135003, 

20135007, 20135010, 20135012


Run19 Au+Au 19.6 GeV COL

Studies for bad run list determination:
  • TPC bad run list (Ashik, Li-Ke): SLIDES
  • Overview of TPC bad run list (Dan): SLIDES
  •  

  # of bad runs Bad run list
TPC performance  99 20057007, 20057025, 20057026, 20057050, 20058001, 20058002, 20058003, 20058004, 20058005, 20060012, 
20060022, 20060025, 20060060, 20060061, 20060062, 20062010, 20062011, 20062012, 20062036, 20063011, 
20063034, 20063035, 20063036, 20063039, 20064008, 20064009, 20064011, 20064012, 20064040, 20065018, 
20067014, 20067023, 20067024, 20067029, 20067030, 20067045, 20067046, 20069030, 20069032, 20069054, 
20070042, 20070043, 20070044, 20070047, 20071001, 20071004, 20071005, 20071006, 20071027, 20071037, 
20072034, 20072035, 20072036, 20072039, 20072041, 20072045, 20072047, 20073071, 20073072, 20073076, 
20074001, 20074003, 20074004, 20074005, 20074007, 20074008, 20074009, 20074012, 20074014, 20074017, 
20074018, 20074020, 20074021, 20074026, 20074027, 20074029, 20074032, 20074033, 20074034, 20074044, 
20074045, 20075001, 20075002, 20075006, 20075007, 20075009, 20075011, 20075013, 20081002, 20081014, 
20082060, 20082065, 20083024, 20086012, 20087007, 20089008, 20090024, 20091011, 20092054
bTOF status    
bTOF PID    
EPD status    
VPD status    
BEMC status    
BEMC PID    
BEMC trigger    
MTD     
Analysis specific    
TPC EP    
EPD EP    
BBC EP    
ZDC EP    
     
     


Injection runs (275):

20062007, 20062009, 20065017, 20065056, 20065060, 20066001, 20066008, 20066015, 20066019, 20066023, 
20066026, 20066066, 20066067, 20066068, 20066073, 20066078, 20067001, 20067004, 20067009, 20067012, 
20067015, 20067016, 20067019, 20067028, 20067038, 20067041, 20067047, 20068001, 20068004, 20068008,
20068012, 20068019, 20068026, 20068034, 20068051, 20068055, 20068058, 20068060, 20068064, 20069001, 
20069004, 20069007, 20069010, 20069020, 20069023, 20069026, 20069031, 20069033, 20069042, 20069050, 
20069053, 20069057, 20069060, 20070002, 20070005, 20070010, 20070013, 20070016, 20070019, 20070041,
20070045, 20071003, 20071007, 20071010, 20071013, 20071016, 20071019, 20071024, 20071029, 20071036,
20071041, 20071044, 20071047, 20071050, 20071053, 20071056, 20071059, 20071063, 20072002, 20072005,
20072009, 20072012, 20072016, 20072037, 20072038, 20072046, 20072050, 20072055, 20073002, 20073006,
20073013, 20073017, 20073022, 20073025, 20073074, 20074002, 20074006, 20074010, 20074011, 20074016, 
20074019, 20074023, 20074030, 20074043, 20074046, 20075004, 20075008, 20075014, 20075010, 20075015,
20075020, 20075025, 20075031, 20075035, 20075039, 20075043, 20075048, 20075054, 20075057, 20075060, 
20075066, 20076001, 20076004, 20076007, 20076010, 20076013, 20076017, 20076021, 20076025, 20076028, 
20076031, 20076034, 20076037, 20076040, 20076045, 20076048, 20076051, 20076054, 20076059, 20077002, 
20077005, 20077008, 20077011, 20077014, 20077017, 20077018, 20078001, 20078007, 20078013, 20078016, 
20078019, 20078022, 20078028, 20078032, 20078035, 20078040, 20078043, 20078046, 20078051, 20078054, 
20078057, 20078060, 20078063, 20078067, 20079006, 20079009, 20079013, 20079017, 20079020, 20079023, 
20079044, 20080006, 20080009, 20080012, 20080016, 20080020, 20081001, 20081004, 20081007, 20081012, 
20081015, 20081018, 20081025, 20082002, 20082005, 20082010, 20082013, 20082016, 20082019, 20082024, 
20082029, 20082034, 20082038, 20082047, 20082050, 20082053, 20082056, 20082059, 20082063, 20082066, 
20083001, 20083004, 20083019, 20083022, 20083025, 20083029, 20083032, 20083074, 20083077, 20083079,
20084001, 20084002, 20084005, 20084009, 20084013, 20084016, 20084022, 20085006, 20085009, 20085017, 
20086002, 20086005, 20086056, 20086011, 20086015, 20087008, 20087012, 20087021, 20088005, 20088009, 
20088012, 
20088030, 20088033, 20088037, 20089003, 20089006, 20089009, 20089012, 20089015, 20089018, 
20089028, 
20090002, 20090005, 20090008, 20090011, 20090014, 20090017, 20090021, 20090031, 20090048, 
20091003, 
20091006, 20091009, 20091012, 20091016, 20091019, 20091020, 20092005, 20092012, 20092015, 
20092018, 
20092021, 20092024, 20092027, 20092030, 20092033, 20092038, 20092053, 20092057, 20093001, 
20093005, 20093010, 20093016, 20093025, 20093035

Run19 Au+Au 200 GeV COL

 Studies for bad run list determination:
  • TPC bad run list (Takahito Todoroki): SLIDES
  •  

  # of bad runs Bad run list
TPC performance  5 20191005, 20191015, 20192001, 20193001, 20193019
bTOF status    
bTOF PID    
EPD status    
VPD status    
BEMC status    
BEMC PID    
BEMC trigger    
MTD     
Analysis specific    
TPC EP    
EPD EP    
BBC EP    
ZDC EP    
     
     

Run20 Au+Au 9.2 GeV COL

List of badruns (Total = 204): 

21036025, 21036028, 21036032, 21037025, 21037030, 21037031, 21037047, 21037052, 21038020, 21038021, 21038029, 21038031, 21038033, 21038035, 21038039, 21038042, 21038046, 21039025, 21039029, 21040007, 21056032, 21058027, 21058028, 21058029, 21058030, 21060015, 21060016, 21060021, 21060026, 21062015, 21062020, 21062021, 21064004, 21064024, 21064041, 21064047, 21065026, 21065042, 21066027, 21066028, 21067020, 21068024, 21068027, 21068030, 21069005, 21069006, 21069014, 21069017, 21069035, 21069038, 21069040, 21069042, 21069043, 21070011, 21071002, 21072016, 21073007, 21073008, 21073032, 21076004, 21076029, 21077024, 21078001, 21078002, 21078006, 21078020, 21080027, 21169035, 21169036, 21169037, 21169038, 21169039, 21170018, 21171007, 21171031, 21171032, 21171033, 21172032, 21174049, 21174050, 21175009, 21176020, 21176024, 21176029, 21177019, 21177020, 21177021, 21177022, 21177032, 21178013, 21179001, 21179018, 21179020, 21179026, 21180008, 21180025, 21180027, 21181024, 21181025, 21181026, 21181033, 21182037, 21182038, 21182041, 21184025, 21184026, 21186026, 21186027, 21187032, 21188017, 21188027, 21189039, 21189040, 21190053, 21191008, 21192018, 21193009, 21193027, 21194002, 21196004, 21197005, 21198002, 21203001, 21203002, 21203003, 21203017, 21205002, 21205020, 21205023, 21206002, 21206005, 21206007, 21206008, 21208027, 21209009, 21210009, 21210046, 21211004, 21211009, 21213004, 21213005, 21213006, 21213013, 21213014, 21213016, 21213017, 21213018, 21213019, 21213020, 21217001, 21217010, 21217020, 21218001, 21218002, 21218003, 21218004, 21218005, 21218006, 21218007, 21218013, 21218014, 21218015, 21218016, 21218017, 21219007, 21219008, 21219009, 21219010, 21220015, 21222026, 21223030, 21225035, 21225040, 21225041, 21225042, 21225045, 21226003, 21227007, 21227008, 21227021, 21228020, 21229006, 21229041, 21233002, 21233010, 21235015, 21235033, 21235035, 21237014, 21237021, 21237022, 21237023, 21239010, 21241015, 21241016, 21242028, 21243007, 21243008, 21243033, 21243038, 21244023, 21244024, 21245003

Run21 Au+Au 17.3 GeV COL

 
TPC performance

Total bad runs: 26

List of bad runs: 

22145017 22145020 22145022 22145027 22145044 22145047 22146011 22147001 22148016 22150030 22151020 22152012 22152016 22152017 22152018 22153004 22154004 22155032 22155033 22156024 
22156026 22156031 22157014 22157020 22157022 22158012
 

Run21 Au+Au 7.7 GeV COL

TPC performance

Total bad runs: 139 

List of bad runs:

22031054 22033001 22035002 22038009 22039010 22039013 22039028 22042004 22043046 22043047 22044003 22044004 22044005 22046006 22046007 22046012 22047008 22048002 22048007 22048040 22048042 22049026 22049027 22049029 22050003 22050006 22050016 22050038 22050040 22050044 22050045 22051014 22052032 22052033 22052035 22052036 22052048 22053022 22054007 22054022 22054028 22054030 22054042 22055023 22057010 22058037 22059005 22061012 22061015 22062034 22062035 22062036 22063014 22064025 22064038 22065014 22065015 22067039 22068012 22068041 22069030 22069032 22069033 22069034 22069040 22070001 22070002 22070003 22070004 22070005 22070006 22070007 22070008 22070009 22070010 22070011 22070012 22070014 22070040 22070041 22071036 22074009 22074042 22076033 22076034 22077050 22078016 22078032 22079027 22084029 22084035 22085009 22085021 22086027 22087027 22088034 22091018 22091022 22091025 22093029 22094046 22095027 22096003 22096037 22097016 22097030 22098054 22099024 22099042 22100045 22101016 22101017 22101018 22101022 22102034 22103027 22103032 22104027 22105030 22106032 22108050 22109032 22110025 22111047 22112021 22113001 22113029 22114030 22115004 22115008 22115019 22115032 22116007 22116008 22116025 22116026 22116030 22117023 22118058

Beam Use Request 2009

Purpose

A collection of documents and guidance for the team writing five-year the Beam Use Request (BUR) begining Run 9.

Guidance

Initial plan and guidance in an email from Nu (March 12). Attached was the final version of the previous BUR submitted in March 2007.

Further guidance from ALD Steve Vigdor in email forwarded by Nu (March 15). Attached documents with collider projections and 5 year strawman (image).

 

PWG input

Physics working group specific documents

E-by-E - email from Aihong

E-struct - email from Lanny

HBT -

Heavy Flavour -

Hight-pt -

Spectra - email from Olga with summary and hypernews discussion.

Spin -

Strangeness - document[doc pdf] submitted end of January (needs updating).

UPC - Documents for heavy-ion (tex source) and pp2pp programmes.

 

Drafts

...

 

 

 

Conferences

 

2020 DNP

 DNP Fall 2020

 PWG Author  Title  Presentation 
Submitted to PWG 
Presentation
Approved by PWG 
Presentation
Approved by PAC
           
 ColdQCD Ting Lin Azimuthal Transverse Single-Spin Asymmetries of Charged Pions Within Jets from Polarized pp Collisions
at s = 200 GeV
 X  X X
  Matthew Posik   Constraining the Sea Quark Distributions Through W and Z Cross Sections and Cross-Section Ratios Measured at STAR  X  X
  Nicholas Lukow Longitudial Double-Spin Asymmetry for Inclusive and Di-Jet Production in Polarized Proton Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV   X  X
  James Drachenberg  Exploring Nucleon Spin Structure and Hadronization through Hadrons in Jets at STAR  X  X
  Huanzhao Liu  Measurement of transverse single-spin asymmetries for di-jet production in polarized p+p collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV at STAR  X  X
  William Solyst  Longitudinal Double-Spin Asymmetries for Intermediate Rapidity Inclusive pi0 Production from Polarized pp Collisions at 200 GeV at STAR  X
  Xiaoxuan Chu Di-hadron correlations in p+p, p+Au and p+Al collisions at STAR   X  X
  Joseph Kwasizur Longitudinal Double-Spin Asymmetries for Dijet Production at Intermediate Pseudorapidity in Polarized Proton-Proton Collisions at 510 GeV    X  X
  Babu Pokhrel  Transverse Spin Dependent Azimuthal Correlations of Charged Pion Paris in p+p Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV  X  X
  Salvatore Fazio  Cross section measurements of kinematically reconstructed weak bosons in unpolarized p+p collisions at STAR  X  X
  Dmitry Kalinkin  Measurement of Mid-rapidity Inclusive Jet Cross Section at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV  X
  Md Latiful Kabir  Transverse Single Spin Asymmetry for Jet-like Events at Forward Rapidities at sTAR in p+p Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV  X
  Claire Kovarik Determining Pi0 A_LL from STAR 2012 Endcap Calorimeter Data  X  X
  Mattew Myers Efficiency corrections using Monte Carlo simulations fro in-jet analysis at STAR      
  Elizabeth Jennings Unfolding Techniques for Pion-in-Jet Multiplicity Measurements at STAR      
           
           
 LFSUPC Bill Schmidke Jpsi Production in ultra-peripheral heavy-ion collisions at RHIC       
  Zhoudunming (Kong) Tu Photoproduction of Jpsi meson off deuteron in d+Au Ultra-Peripheral Collisions using the STAR detector X X X
  James Brandenburg Probing the Nucleus with Linearly Polarized Photons   X X
  Jian Zhou Low-pt mu+mu- pair production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV at STAR  X  X  X
  Yue-Hang Leung H3L and H4L Lifetime Measurement in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV with the STAR Detector  X  X  X
  Guannan Xie phi-meson production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV from STAR  X  X  X
  Benjamin Kimelman  Charged Meson Production in Au+Au sqrt(sNN) = 3.0 Fixed-Target Collisions at STAR  X  X  X
  Zachary Sweger  Applying Gluaber Methodology to Multiplicity Distributions from Fixed Target Collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 3.0 and 7.2 GeV at STAR  X  X  X
  Matthew Harasty Charged Hadron Production from Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 27 GeV at STAR   X  X
  Zhen Wang  Dielectron production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 54 GeV at STAR  X  X
  Xiaofeng Wang Low-pT e+e- pair production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 54.4 GeV  X  X
  Aaron Poletti Examine the Hardness Parameter using the Glauber Model and Multiplicity Distributions from the STAR Beam Energy Scan and Fixed-Target Programs  X  X
  Jinming Nian Energy Systematics of the Coulomb Effect in Au+Au Collisions at STAR  X  X
         
         
 CF Yang Wu  Measurement of initial-state fluctuations using principal-components of elliptic and triangular flow in sqrt(sNN) = 3.0 GeV Au+Au collisions at the STAR detector    
  Samuel Heppelmann Event-by-event Fluctuations of Net-Proton Multiplicities for Au+Au sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV Collisions  X  X
   Dylan Neff  Study of Baryon Fluctuations in Azimuthal Phase Space and Search for Critical Phenomena at STAR  X  X
         
 FCV  Ding Chen  phi-meson v1,v2 in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV, 7.2 GeV from STAR  X  X
  ChunJian Zhang Explore the nuclei deformation with mean transverse momentum and anisotropy flow in heavy ion collisions  X  X  X
   Xiaoyu Liu  vn measurement in Au+Au sqrt(sNN) = 27 GeV with the Event Plane Detector from STAR  X  X  X
   Yu Zhang  Collision Centrality Determination and Event Pile-up in the sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR    
   Shaowei Lan  Identified particle v1 and v2 in sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR   X  X
   Brian Chan  Lambda-Proton correlations in search for the Chiral Vortical Effect in Au+Au collisions at 27 GeV  X  X
  Niseem Magdy Beam-energy and collision-system dependence of flow correlations and fluctuations in heavy-in collisions  X  X
   Yicheng Feng  Event-by-event correlations between Lambda polarization and CME observables  X  X
   Yu Hu   CME search at STAR using the new Event Plane Detector  X  X
         
         
 JetCorr Tong Liu  Inclusive jet measurement in small system collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV in STAR X  X
  Veronica Verkest  Jet and Di-jet Underlying Event in p+Au collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV at STAR X  X
  Isaac Mooney  Jet substructure in p+p and p+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV at STAR X  X
  David Stewart  High backward-rapidity event activity modification of semi-inclusive jet spectra in sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV p+Au collisions X  X
  Daniel Nemes Measuring the groomed shared momentum fraction (zg) in Au+Au collisions at STAR using a semi-inclusive approach  X
  Audrey Francisco  Probing the system-size dependence of parton energy loss in heavy-ion collisions with the STAR detector  X  X
   Moshe Levy  A Jet Shape Study with STAR  X  X
  Thomas Limoges  Z boson jet momentum imbalance in pp collisions at STAR    
         
         
 HF  Hao Huang  Study of Jpsi production with jet activity in p+p collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV at the STAR experiment  X  X
  Rongrong Ma  Measurements of quarkonium suppression in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment  X  X
  Te-Chuan Huang  Measurements of charmonia production in p+p collision at sqrt(s) = 510 and 500 GeV at the STAR experiment  X  X
  Kaifeng Shen  Jpsi production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s) = 54.4 GeV  X  X
          
 Upgrade  Yingying Shi  Forward sTCG Tracker Prototyping and Performance Test for the STAR Upgrade  X  X
   James Brandenburg Tracking for the STAR Forward Upgrade  X  X
  Hannah Harrison  Calibration Techniques for the STAR Forward Electromagnetic Calorimeter   X  X
   Lilian McIntosh  Manufacturing Scintillator Tiles for the STAR Forward Hadronic Calorimeter  X  X
   Xilin Liang   Prototyping Electromagnetic Calorimeter for STAR Forward Calorimeter System using Au+Au at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV data  X  X
   Xu Sun STAR Forward Silicon Tracker Upgrade Status  X  X
   Galvin Wilks  STAR Forward Silicon Tracker: Characterizing Prototype Module Performance with Cosmic Rays and Simulation Studies   X  X
  Joseph Snaidauf  Preparing the HCal for the Forward Calorimeter System (FCS) Upgrade at STAR  X  X
   Madison Meador  Painting Scintillator Tiles for the STAR Forward Upgrade  X
   Colton Gates Machining Scincillator Tiles for the STAR Forward Upgrade    

2021 SQM

 Conference link: https://indico.cern.ch/event/985652/

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Conference physics topics: 

I. Strangeness and heavy quark production in nuclear collisions and hadronic interactions

II. Bulk matter phenomena associated with strange and heavy quarks

III. Production of strange/heavy-flavor hadron resonances and hypernuclei 

IV. Strangeness in astrophysics

V. Open questions and new developments 

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Acceptance list
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ACCEPTED
 

#173 Prabhupada Dixit, Elliptic and triangular flow of multi-strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 and 54.4 GeV at STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53896)

 
#183 Jie Zhao, NCQ scaling of f0(980) elliptic flow in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions by STAR and its constituent quark content ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53949)

#184 Kosuke Okubo, Measurement of global polarization of Lambda hyperons in Au+Au \sqrt(sNN) = 7.2 GeV Fixed-target collisions at RHIC-STAR experiment (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53994)
  
#187 Jian Zhou, Low-$p_{T}$ $\mu^{+}\mu^{-}$ pair production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV at STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54013)
 
#189 Shenghui Zhang, Measurements of electrons from heavy-flavor hadron decays in 27, 54.4, and 200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54103)
 
#190 Guannan Xie, Light and strange hadron production and anisotropic flow measurement in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 3 GeVfrom STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54105)
 
#194 Tianhao Shao, Study of Charge Symmetry Breaking in A=4 hypernuclei in 3GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC  (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53981)
 
#196 Yan Huang, Production of pions, kaons, (anti-) protons and (multi-) strange hadrons production in Au+Au collisions at √(s_NN )=54.4 GeV using the STAR detector (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54134)

#228 Chenlu Hu, H3L and H4L Lifetime, Yield, Directed Flow and 3-body Decay Measurements in Au+Au Collisions at sNN=3GeV with the STAR detector (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54171)

 
 

 

MERGE

#172 Chuan Fu, Measurements of proton-proton Correlation Function in $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53814)

#191 Moe Isshiki, Measurements of Λ-Λ, Ξ-Ξ and p-Ξ correlation functions in Au+Au collisions at √sNN=200 GeV at RHIC-STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54118)
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Moe Isshiki, Measurements of Λ-Λ, Ξ-Ξ and p-Ξ functions in Au+Au collisions at √sNN=200 GeV and proton-proton Correlation in Au+Au FXT target collisions $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 3 GeV at RHIC-STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54665)



#180 Yicheng Feng, Event-by-event correlations between Lambda handedness and charge separation w.r.t. event plane in Au+Au collisions at 27GeV from STAR( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53933)
#193 Ashik Ikbal, Electric charge and strangeness dependent directed flow splitting of produced quarks in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54072)

#225 Yu Hu, CME search at STAR ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54149)
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#225 Yu Hu, CME search at STAR ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54149)

 


#174 Yu Zhang, Higher-Order Net-Proton Cumulants (C5 and C6 ) in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53907)

#182 Changfeng Li, Debasish Mallick, Measurements of Higher Order Diagonal and Off-Diagonal Cumulants of Deuteron, Net-Lambda, Net-Proton and Net-Kaon Multiplicity Distributions from the STAR experiment at RHIC (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53946)
#185  Dylan Neff, Study of Baryon Fluctuations in Azimuthal Phase Space and Search for Critical Phenomena at STAR (
https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53996)
#192. Samuel Heppelmann, Measurement of Proton Higher Order Cumulants AuAu sqrt(s_NN)=3.0 GeV
 (
https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53904)
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Yu Zhang, 
Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton  Multiplicity Distributions from RHIC-STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54710)


#186 Kaifeng Shen, $J/\psi$ production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 54.4$ GeV (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54011)
#188 Qian Yang, Leszek Kosarzewski, Overview of recent quarkonium measurements in p+p collisions with the STAR detector (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54085)
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Kaifeng Shen, 
Recent Quarkonia results in p+p and Au+Au collisions from STAR (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54663)
NOT ACCEPTED

#175 Niseem Magdy, Beam-energy and collision-system dependence of the linear and mode-coupled flow harmonics from STAR ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53908)


#176 Jin Wu, Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 7.7-200GeV from STAR ( https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53909)


#181 Hui Liu, Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3 and 27 GeV from STAR experiment (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53940)


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STAR Submission
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(1)  1. Moe Isshiki, Measurements of Λ-Λ and Ξ-Ξ correlation functions in Au+Au collisions at √sNN=200 GeV at RHIC-STAR (II)     2. Ke Mi, Measurement of proton-Ξ and proton-Ω correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at √s_NN = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
      Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54118
      Conference ID: 191


(2)  3. Yue-Hang, Hypernuclei Lifetime and Yield Measurements in Au+Au Collisions at sNN=3GeV with the STAR detector (III)

       4. Chenlu He, H3L and H4L directed flow measurement in $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 3 GeV Au+Au collisions from STAR

       33. Iouri Vassiliev, Hypernuclei 3-body decay measurements in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 3 GeV with the STAR detector

       Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54171
       Conference ID: 228

 
(3)  5. Tianhao Shao, Study of Charge Symmetry Breaking in A=4 hypernuclei in 3GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC (III)
 
        Conference ID: 194


 
(4)  6. Yuanjiang Ji, Elliptic flow of electrons from heavy-flavor decays in 54.4 and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions (I)
 
 

       7. Shenghui Zhang, Measurements of electron production from heavy flavor decays in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment

 
 
       Conference ID: 189


 
(5)  8. Qian Yang, J/psi production in jets in p+p collisions at sqrt{s} = 500 GeV by STAR (I)
 
 
        9. Leszek Kosarzewski, Overview of $\varUpsilon$ states production performed with the STAR experiment
 
       Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54085
       Conference ID:
 188

 
 
 
(6)  10. Yan Huang, Strange hadron production in Au+Au collisions at √(s_NN )=54.4 GeV (I)
 
 
       32. Arushi Dhamija, Study of particle production of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 54.4 GeV using the STAR Detector
       Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54134
       Conference ID: 196
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

(7)  11. Prabhupada Dixit, Elliptic and triangular flow of multi-strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 and 54.4 GeV at STAR (II)

 
       Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53896
       Conference ID: 173
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
(8)   12. Shaowei Lan, Identified particle $v_{1}$ and $v_{2}$ in $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR (pi,K,K0s,p,phi,Lambda) (I)
 
        13. Guannan Xie, phi meson production in Au + Au collisions at sNN= 3GeV from STAR
        (Suggest to add pi/K/p spectra at 3 GeV from Ben Kimelman)
        Abstract:
 https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54105
        Conference ID:
 190
 
 

(9)   14. Hui Liu, Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3 and 27 GeV from STAR experiment (V)
        Conference ID: 181


 
(10) 15. Kaifeng Shen, $J/\psi$ production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 54.4$ GeV (I)
       Abstract:
 
https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54011
 
       Conference ID: 186

 
 
 
 
 
(11) 16. Kosuke Okubo, Measurement of global polarization of Lambda hyperons in Au+Au \sqrt(sNN) = 7.2 GeV Fixed-target collisions at RHIC-STAR experiment (II)
 
        Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53994
      Conference ID: 184

 
        17. Chuan Fu, Measurements of open-charm production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment        (PA agrees to withdraw)

 
(12) 18. Jie Zhao, NCQ scaling of f0(980) elliptic flow in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions by STAR and its constituent quark content (V)
 
 
        Conference ID: 183
 
 
 
 

(13) 19. Ashik Ikbal, Electric charge and strangeness dependent directed flow splitting of produced quarks in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment (II)

 
       Conference ID: 193
 
 
 

(14)  20. Jian Zhou, Low-$p_{T}$ $\mu^{+}\mu^{-}$ pair production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV at STAR (V)

 
        Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54013
      Conference ID: 187
 
 

(15)  21. Yicheng Feng, Event-by-event correlations between Lambda handedness and charge separation w.r.t. event plane in Au+Au collisions at 27GeV from STAR (II)

 
        Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53933
      Conference ID: 180
 
 
 
 

(16)  22. Jie Zhao, Search for the chiral magnetic effect using spectator and participant planes at RHIC-STAR (V)

        23. Yu Hu, CME search at STAR using the Event Plane Detector 

 
       Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/54149
       Conference ID:  225
 
 
 
 
 

(17)  24. Samuel Heppelmann, Measurement of Proton Higher Order Cumulants AuAu sqrt(s_NN)=3.0 GeV (V)

 
         Conference ID: 192
 
 
 

(18)  25. Yu Zhang, Higher-Order Net-Proton Cumulants (C5 and C6 ) in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC (V)

 
 
        Conference ID: 174
 

(19)  26. Changfeng Li, Higher-order diagonal cumulants of net-Lambda multiplicity distributions and off-diagonal cumulants of net-proton, net-kaon, and net-charge multiplicity distributions in the STAR experiment in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt \rm s_{NN}$=27 GeV (II)

 
        27. Debasish Mallick, Probing Deuteron Production via Fluctuations Measured in the STAR experiment at RHIC
        Abstract: 
https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53946
 
        Conference ID: 182
 
 

(20)  28. Chuan Fu, Measurements of proton-proton Correlation Function in $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-STAR (V)

 
       Conference ID: 172
 
 

(21)  29. Niseem Magdy, Beam-energy and collision-system dependence of the linear and mode-coupled flow harmonics from STAR (V)

 
        Conference ID: 175

(22)  30. Jin Wu, Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 7.7-200GeV from STAR (V)

 
        Abstract: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53909
       Conference ID: 176
 
 
 
 
(23)  31. Dylan Neff, Study of Baryon Fluctuations in Azimuthal Phase Space and Search for Critical Phenomena at STAR (V)
        Abstract: 
https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/node/53996
        Conference ID: 185

2022 QM

 STAR abstracts for QM2022


Scientific Program
  • T01: Initial state physics and approach to thermal equilibrium 
  • T02: Chirality, vorticity and spin polarization 
  • T03: QCD matter at finite temperature and density
  • T04: Jets, high-pT hadrons, and medium response
  • T05: QGP in small and medium systems
  • T06: Lattice QCD and heavy-ion collisions
  • T07: Correlations and fluctuations
  • T08: Probes of medium dynamics
  • T09: Ultra-peripheral collisions 
  • T10: Baryon rich matter, neutron stars, and gravitational waves
  • T11: Heavy flavors, quarkonia, and strangeness production
  • T12: New theoretical developments
  • T13: Electroweak probes
  • T14: Hadron production and collective dynamics
  • T15: Future facilities and new instrumentation 
  • T16: Light nuclei production
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FINAL LIST

TALKS
  1. Prithwish Tribedy - Highlights from the STAR experiment
  2. Zaochen Ye - Temperature measurement via thermal dileptons in Au+Au collisions at 27 and 54.4 GeV with the
  3. Xiaofeng Wang - Collision species and beam energy dependence of photon-induced lepton pair production at STAR
  4. Hui Liu - Production of Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3, 14.6, 19.6 GeV and in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV measured by RHIC-STAR
  5. Benjamin Kimelman - Baryon Stopping and Associated Production of Mesons in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
  6. Yue-Hang Leung - Recent Hypernuclei Measurements in the High Baryon Density Region with the STAR Experiment at RHIC
  7. Aswini Kumar Sahoo - Production yield and azimuthal anisotropy measurements of strange hadrons from BES at STAR
  8. Haojie Xu - Constraints on neutron skin thickness and nuclear deformations using relativistic heavy-ion collisions from STAR
  9. Subhash Singha - Probing the spin dynamics of QCD medium and initial strong magnetic-eld in heavy-ion collisions via global spin alignment of vector mesons at RHIC
  10. Joseph Adams - Measurements of hyperon polarization in heavy-ion collisions at √sNN = 3 − 200 GeV with the STAR detector
    • T02 - FCV - QM 676 - Abstract - Talk
  11. Yu Hu - Search for the chiral effect using isobar collisions and BES-II data  from STAR
  12. Ashik Ikbal - The splitting of directed flow for identified light hadrons (π, K, and p) and strange baryons (Ξ and Ω) in Au+Au and isobar collisions at STAR
  13. Gaoguo Yan - Probing initial and final state effects of heavy-ion collisions with STAR experiment
  14. Debasish Mallick - Deuteron number fluctuations and proton-deuteron correlations in high energy heavy-ion collisions in STAR experiment at RHIC
  15. Ke Mi - Femtoscopy of Protons, Light Nuclei, and Strange hadrons in Au+Au Collisions at the STAR experiment
  16. Yu Zhang (replacing Samuel Heppelmann) - Higher-Order Cumulants of Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV
  17. Ho San Ko - Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by the STAR Experiment
  18. Derek Anderson - Measurement of medium-induced modification of jet yield and acoplanarity using semi-inclusive direct photon+jet and π0+jet distributions in p+p and central Au+Au collisions at √sN N = 200 GeV by STAR
  19. Tong Liu - System size dependence of particle production and collectivity from the STAR experiment at RHIC
  20. Diptanil Roy - An Investigation of Charm Quark Jet Spectra and Shape Modifications in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV
  21. Ziyue Zhang - Recent heavy flavor results from the STAR experiment
  22. Xu Sun - STAR Forward Detector System Upgrade Status

POSTERS
  1. Yang Li - Identified particle spectra in isobaric collisions of Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
  2. Jian Zhou - Low-pT μ+μ− pair production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
  3. Kaifeng Shen - Initial electromagnetic field dependence of photon-induced production in isobaric collisions at STAR
  4. Yingjie Zhou - Strange hadron and resonance production in Au+Au collisions at RHIC Beam Energy Scan
  5. Mate Csanad - Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles measured with the STAR Event Plane Detector in 19.6 GeV and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions
  6. Tan Lu - Observation of anti-H4L
  7. Xiujun Li - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and R3 in Au+Au Collisions from STAR experiment
  8. Nicole Lewis - Identified hadron spectra and baryon stopping in gamma-Au collisions at STAR
  9. Matthew Harasty (Arushi Dhamija, Krishan Gopal) - Study of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 and 54.4 GeV using the STAR detector at RHIC
  10. Yuanjing Ji - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and branching ratio fraction R3 by the STAR experiment
  11. Xingrui Gou - Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Isobar Collisions from STAR
  12. Chunjian Zhang - Observation and detailed measurements of nuclear deformations at STAR
  13. Diyu Shen - Significant charge splitting of rapidity-odd directed flow slope and its implication on electromagnetic effect in Au+Au, $^{96}_{44}$Ru+$^{96}_{44}$Ru, and $^{96}_{40}$Zr+$^{96}_{40}$Zr collisions from STAR
  14. Jiangyong Jia - Probing the nuclear deformation effects in Au+Au and U+U collisions from STAR experiment
  15. Takafumi Niida - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
  16. Kosuke Okubo - Global polarization of \Lambda hyperons in Au+Au \sqrt(sNN) = 7.2 GeV fixed-target collisions at RHIC-STAR experiment
  17. Jagbir Singh - Study of Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar (Ru+Ru & Zr+Zr) and Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR using SDM
  18. Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
  19. Zuowen Liu - Directed flow of identified particles in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 and 14.5 GeV
  20. Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of φ meson in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV in second phase of beam energy scan program
  21. Li-ke Liu - Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of (multi)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 - 19.6 GeV in BES-II at STAR
  22. Ding Chen - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at fixed-target (FXT) and second phase beam energy scan (BES-II) programs from STAR
  23. Prabhupada Dixit - Anisotropic flows of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3-19.6 GeV at STAR
  24. Cameron Racz - Triangular Flow of Identified Particles in Fixed Target Au+Au Collisions at STAR
  25. Eddie Duckworth - Net Proton directed flow in 19GeV Au+Au collisions
  26. Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic flow of light nuclei produced in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7, 14.5, 19.6, 27 and 54.4 GeV
  27. Yicheng Feng - Study nonflow via two-particle (deta, dphi) correlations from the isobar data at STAR
  28. Jin Wu - Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7-200 GeV from STAR
  29. Jonathan Ball - Fluctuations in Lambda Multiplicity Distribution in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV at STAR
  30. Pawel Szymanski - Dynamics of particle production in the STAR experiment
  31. Ashish Pandav - Seventh and eighth order cumulants of net-proton number distribution in heavy-ion collisions recorded by STAR detector at RHIC 
  32. Changfeng Li - Measurement of Higher-order cumulants of net-(Kaon+Lambda) multiplicity distributions in √sNN = 27 GeV with STAR
  33. Ayon Mukherjee - Bose-Einstein correlations of charged kaons produced by \sqrt{sNN} =  200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR at the RHIC
  34. Moe Isshiki - Measurements of Lambda-Lambda and Xi-Xi correlations in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
  35. Zhi Qin, Yaping Wang - Studies of strong interactions with femtoscopy in Au+Au collisions at RHIC/STAR
  36. Diana Pawlowska - Femtoscopic measurement of strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment
  37. Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli - Exploring jet topological dependences in pp and Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC
  38. Veronica Verkest - Measurements of jet and soft activity in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
  39. Monika Robotkova - Mult-dimensional measurements of the parton shower in pp collisions at RHIC
  40. Mathew Kelsey - Measurements of D0-tagged Jet Spectra and Radial Profiles in Au+Au collisions from STAR
  41. Nihar Sahoo - Search for large-angle jet deflection using semi-inclusive γ+jet and pi0+jet correlations in p+p and Au+Au collisions at √sNN =200 GeV with STAR
  42. Ziyang Li - Very-low-pT J/ψ production in Au + Au collision at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
  43. Yu Ming Liu - Study of J/psi elliptic flow in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru collisions at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV in he STAR experiment
  44. Yan Wang - J/ψ production in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV
  45. Hao Huang - Study of J/ψ production with jet activity in pp collisions at √s = 200 GeV in the STAR experiment
  46. Leszek Kosarzewski - Quarkonium production in p+p collisions measured by the STAR experiment
  47. Jan Vanek - Measurements of open-charm hadron production and total charm quark production cross section at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
  48. Jie Zhao - Collision energy and system size dependence of rho meson production from STAR experiment
  49. Ishu Aggarwal - Strangeness production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector
  50. Yun Huang - Light Nuclei Production in Isobar Collisions (Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr) at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV from STAR experiment  
  51. Guannan Xie - Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
  52. Dingwei Zhang - Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES Phase-II
  53. Xionghong He - Measurements of collective flow for light-nuclei and hyper-nuclei in Au+Au collisions from STAR
  54. Brian Chan - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect and Chiral Vortical Effect with BES-II data from STAR
  55. Shengli Huang, Prithwish Tribedy - Systematic study of small system collectivity from STAR  
  56. Yu Hu, Zhiwan Xu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with the BES-II data aided by the Event Plane Detector at STAR
  57. Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment and elliptic flow of phi and K0 vector mesons in AuAu collisions in BES-II
  58. Shuai Zhou - v2 of pions, kaons and protons in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6, 14.5 and 3 GeV Au and Au collisions
  59. Aditya Prasad Dash - STAR measurement of charge dependent directed flow in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27 GeV 
  60. Niseem Abdelrahman - Beam-energy dependence of transverse momentum and flow correlations in STAR
  61. Dylan Neff - Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations via Proton Clustering from STAR Beam Energy Scan
  62. Youquan Qi - Measurements of proton-lambda and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
  63. Zhengxi Yan - Net-proton and net-charge number distribution fluctuations in $^{96}$Ru+$^{96}$Ru and $^{96}$Zr+$^{96}$Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV from STAR
  64. Isaac Mooney, David Stewart, Veronica Verkest - Activity-dependent underlying event and jet measurements in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
  65. Robert Licenik - Measurement of fully-reconstructed inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
  66.  Ziyue Zhang, Zhenyu Ye - Measurements of J/ψ Production at RHIC with the STAR Experiment
  67.  


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ACCEPTED AS TALKS
  1. Zaochen Ye - Temperature measurement via thermal dileptons in Au+Au collisions at 27 and 54.4 GeV with the
    • T13 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 554
  2. Xiaofeng Wang - Collision species and beam energy dependence of photon-induced lepton pair production at STAR
    • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 551
  3. Hui Liu - Production of Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3, 14.6, 19.6 GeV and in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV measured by RHIC-STAR
    • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 559
  4. Benjamin Kimelman - Baryon Stopping and Associated Production of Mesons in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
    • T03 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 546
  5. Subhash Singha - Probing the spin dynamics of QCD medium and initial strong magnetic-eld in heavy-ion collisions via global spin alignment of vector mesons at RHIC
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 788
  6. Debasish Mallick - Deuteron number fluctuations and proton-deuteron correlations in high energy heavy-ion collisions in STAR experiment at RHIC
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 374
  7. Yu Zhang (replacing Samuel Heppelmann) - Higher-Order Cumulants of Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV
    • T03 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 392
  8. Ho San Ko - Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by the STAR Experiment
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 375
  9. Derek Anderson - Measurement of medium-induced modification of jet yield and acoplanarity using semi-inclusive direct photon+jet and π0+jet distributions in p+p and central Au+Au collisions at √sN N = 200 GeV by STAR
    • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 564
  10. Diptanil Roy - An Investigation of Charm Quark Jet Spectra and Shape Modifications in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV
    • T11 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 571
  11. Xu Sun - STAR Forward Detector System Upgrade Status
    • T15 - Upgrade - LINK- Approval status: PWG - QM 615

ACCEPTED AS TALKS AFTER MERGING
  1. Merge talk 1 - T16 (Primary PWG: LFSUPC; Secondary PWG: FCV) Yue-Hang Leung LINK
    • Yue-Hang Leung, Iouri Vassiliev - Measurements of Hypernuclei Production in the High Baryon Density Region with the STAR Detector at RHIC
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 558
    • Yuanjing Ji, Xiujun Li - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and branching ratio fraction R3 by the STAR experiment
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 562
    • Xionghong He - Measurements of collective flow for light-nuclei and hyper-nuclei in Au+Au collisions from STAR
      • T16 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 403
  2. Merge talk 2 - T14 (Primary PWG: LFSUPC; Secondary PWG: FCV) - Aswini Kumar Sahoo - LINK
    • Sameer Aslam, Yan Huang, Aswini Kumar Sahoo and Yingjie Zhou - Strangeness production and probing energy dependence of hadronic phase from BES at STAR
      • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 552
    • Ding Chen, Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Priyanshi Sinha, Vipul Bairathi - Anisotropic flows of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3-19.6 GeV at STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 784
  3. Merge talk 3 - T05 (Primary PWG: JetCorr; Secondary PWG: FCV) - Tong Liu - LINK
    • Shengli Huang, Prithwish Tribedy - Systematic study of small system collectivity from STAR
      • T05 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 399
    • Tong Liu, Yang Li - System size dependence of particle production in p/d+Au, Ru+Ru, Zr+Zr & Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
      • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 568
  4. Merge talk 4 - T02 - FCV Joseph Adams - LINK
    • Joseph Adams - Measurement of global hyperon polarization in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 − 27 GeV with the STAR detector
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 672
    • Xingrui Gou - Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Isobar Collisions from STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 676
  5. Merge talk 5 - T02 - Yu Hu - LINK
    • Brian Chan - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect and Chiral Vortical Effect with BES-II data from STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 679
    • Subikash, Yu, Paul, Gang, Maria, Roy, Niseem, Yicheng, Fuqiang, Haojie, Jie, Takafumi, Sergei, Grigory, Zachary, Zhiwan, Yufu, Diyu, Yang, Aihong, Evan - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Isobar Collisions at √sNN= 200 GeV by the STAR Collaboration at RHIC
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 790
  6. Merge talk 6 - T01 - FCV - Haojie Xu - LINK
    • Haojie Xu - Probing the neutron skin and symmetry energy with isobar collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 656
    • Chunjian Zhang - Observation and detailed measurements of nuclear deformations at STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 801
  7. Merge talk 7 - T08 - FCV - Ashik Ikbal - LINK
    • Diyu Shen - Significant charge splitting of rapidity-odd directed flow slope and its implication on electromagnetic effect in Au+Au, $^{96}_{44}$Ru+$^{96}_{44}$Ru, and $^{96}_{40}$Zr+$^{96}_{40}$Zr collisions from STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 398
    • Ashik Ikbal, Sooraj Radhakrishnan - First measurement of $\Omega$ and $\Xi$ directed flow and electric-charge-dependent violation of quark coalescence in Au+Au collisions from BES-II data
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 780
  8. Merge talk 8 - T14 - FCV - Gaoguo Yan - LINK
    • Niseem Abdelrahman - Beam-energy dependence of transverse momentum and flow correlations in STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 847 
    • Gaoguo Yan, Maowu Nie, Zhenyu Chen - Probing Collision Size and Energy Dependence of Longitudinal Flow De-correlation with STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 845
  9. Merge talk 9 - T07 - CF - Ke Mi - LINK
    • Ke Mi - Femtoscopy of Proton and Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV, 14.6 GeV and 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 365
    • Diana Pawlowska, Zhi Qin, Yaping Wang - Femtoscopic measurement of strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 368
  10. Merge talk 10 - T11 - HF - Ziyue Zhang - LINK
    • Qian Yang, Ziyue Zhang, Yu-Ming Liu, Yan Wang, Kaifeng Shen - Measurements of system size and energy dependence of J/ψ production at RHIC from STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 572
    • Jan Vanek - Measurements of open-charm hadron production and total charm quark production cross section at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 576
ACCEPTED AS POSTERS
  1. Nicole Lewis - Identified hadron spectra and baryon stopping in gamma-Au collisions at STAR
    • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 549
  2. Krishan Gopal, Arushi Dhamija, Matthew Harasty - Study of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 and 54.4 GeV using the STAR detector at RHIC
    • T14 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 555 
  3. Jin Wu - Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7-200 GeV from STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 366
  4. Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli - Exploring jet topological dependences in pp and Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC
    • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 566
  5. Tong Liu, Isaac Mooney, David Stewart, Veronica Verkest - Measurements of jet and soft activity in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
    • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 570
  6. Qian Yang, Hao Huang, Leszek Kosarzewski - Quarkonium production in p+p collisions measured by the STAR experiment
    • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 575
SUBMITTED AS POSTERS
  • Jie Zhao - Collision energy and system size dependence of rho meson production from STAR experiment
    • T02 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 541
  • Yang Li - Identified particle spectra in isobaric collisions of Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
    • T05 - LFSUPC - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 345
  • Jian Zhou, Wangmei Zha - Low-pT μ+μ− pair production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
    • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 361
  • Kaifeng Shen, Zebo Tang - Initial electromagnetic field dependence of photon-induced production in isobaric collisions at STAR
    • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 362
  • Ishu Aggarwal - Strangeness production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector
    • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 621
  • Sameer Aslam, Yan Huang, Aswini Kumar Sahoo and Yingjie Zhou - Strange hadron and resonance production in Au+Au collisions at RHIC Beam Energy Scan
    • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 363
  • Guannan Xie - Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
    • T13 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 191
  • Mate Csanad - Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles measured with the STAR Event Plane Detector in 19.6 GeV and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions
    • T14 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 218
  • Dingwei Zhang - Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES Phase-II
    • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 241
  • Yun Huang - Light Nuclei Production in Isobar Collisions (Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr) at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV from STAR experiment
    • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 350
  • Tan Lu - Observation of anti-H4L
    • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 347
  • Yuanjing JiXiujun Li - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and R3 in Au+Au Collisions from STAR experiment
    • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 534
  • Jiangyong Jia - Probing the nuclear deformation effects in Au+Au and U+U collisions from STAR experiment
    • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 858 
  • Takafumi Niida - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 231
  • Kosuke Okubo - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 819
  • Yu Hu, Zhiwan Xu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with the BES-II data aided by the Event Plane Detector at STAR
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 829
  • Jagbir Singh - Study of Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar (Ru+Ru & Zr+Zr) and Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR using SDM
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 619
  • Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment and elliptic flow of phi and K0 vector mesons in AuAu collisions in BES-II
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 850
  • Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 340
  • Zuowen Liu - Directed flow of identified particles in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 and 14.5 GeV
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 550
  • Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of φ meson in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV in second phase of beam energy scan program
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 354
  • Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Ding Chen - Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of (multi)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 - 19.6 GeV in BES-II at STAR
    • T11 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 807
  • Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Ding Chen - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at fixed-target (FXT) and second phase beam energy scan (BES-II) programs from STAR
    • T11 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 814
  • Cameron Racz - Triangular Flow of Identified Particles in Fixed Target Au+Au Collisions at STAR
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 836
  • Shuai Zhou - v2 of pions, kaons and protons in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6, 14.5 and 3 GeV Au and Au collisions
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 748
  • Eddie Duckworth - Net Proton directed flow in 19GeV Au+Au collisions
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 842
  • Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic flow of light nuclei produced in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7, 14.5, 19.6, 27 and 54.4 GeV
    • T16 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 475
  • Aditya Prasad Dash - STAR measurement of charge dependent directed flow in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27 GeV 
    • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 610
  • Yicheng Feng - Study nonflow via two-particle (deta, dphi) correlations from the isobar data at STAR
    • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 494
  • Dylan Neff - Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations via Proton Clustering from STAR Beam Energy Scan
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 511
  • Jonathan Ball - Fluctuations in Lambda Multiplicity Distribution in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV at STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 330
  • Pawel Szymanski - Dynamics of particle production in the STAR experiment
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 309
  • Ashish Pandav - Seventh and eighth order cumulants of net-proton number distribution in heavy-ion collisions recorded by STAR detector at RHIC 
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 298
  • Changfeng Li - Measurement of Higher-order cumulants of net-(Kaon+Lambda) multiplicity distributions in √sNN = 27 GeV with STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 419
  • Zhengxi Yan - Net-proton and net-charge number distribution fluctuations in $^{96}$Ru+$^{96}$Ru and $^{96}$Zr+$^{96}$Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV from STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 372
  • Youquan Qi - Measurements of proton-lambda and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 395
  • Ayon Mukherjee - Bose-Einstein correlations of charged kaons produced by \sqrt{sNN} =  200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR at the RHIC
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 232
  • Moe Isshiki - Measurements of Lambda-Lambda and Xi-Xi correlations in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 415
  • Diana Pawlowska, Zhi Qin, Yaping Wang - Measurement of strange hadron correlation functions in Au+Au collisions at RHIC/STAR
    • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 778
  • Monika Robotkova - Mult-dimensional measurements of the parton shower in pp collisions at RHIC
    • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 530
  • Isaac Mooney, David Stewart, Veronica Verkest - Measurements of jet and soft activity in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
    • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 364
  • Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - Measurements of D0-tagged Jet Spectra and Radial Profiles in Au+Au collisions from STAR
    • T11 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 367
  • Nihar Sahoo - Search for large-angle jet deflection using semi-inclusive γ+jet and pi0+jet correlations in p+p and Au+Au collisions at √sNN =200 GeV with STAR
    • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 243
  • Robert Licenik - Measurement of fully-reconstructed inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
    • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 226
  • Ziyang Li - Very-low-pT J/ψ production in Au + Au collision at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
    • T09 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 348
  • Ziyue Zhang, Zhenyu Ye - Measurements of J/ψ Production at RHIC with the STAR Experiment
    • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status:, PWG, PAC - QM 369
  • Yu Ming Liu, Yi Yang, Fuqiang Wang - Study of J/psi elliptic flow in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru collisions at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV in he STAR experiment
    • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 539
  • Yan Wang, Zebo Tang - J/ψ production in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV
    • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 370
  • Hao Huang, Te-Chuan Huang, Yi Yang - Study of J/ψ production with jet activity in pp collisions at √s = 200 GeV in the STAR experiment
    • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 817
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Submitted
  • Talks
    1. Benjamin Kimelman - Baryon Stopping and Associated Production of Mesons in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
      • T03 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 546
    2. Nicole Lewis - Identified hadron spectra and baryon stopping in gamma-Au collisions at STAR
      • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 549
    3. Jian Zhou, Kaifeng Shen, Xiaofeng Wang - Collision species and beam energy dependence of photon-induced lepton pair production at STAR
      • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 551
    4. Sameer Aslam, Yan Huang, Aswini Kumar Sahoo and Yingjie Zhou - Strangeness production and probing energy dependence of hadronic phase from BES at STAR
      • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 552
    5. Zaochen Ye, Zhen Wang - Temperature measurement via thermal dileptons in Au+Au collisions at 27 and 54.4 GeV with the
      • T13 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 554
    6. Krishan Gopal, Arushi Dhamija, Matthew Harasty - Study of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 and 54.4 GeV using the STAR detector at RHIC
      • T14 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 555
    7. Yue-Hang Leung, Iouri Vassiliev - Measurements of Hypernuclei Production in the High Baryon Density Region with the STAR Detector at RHIC
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 558
    8. Hui Liu - Production of Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3, 14.6, 19.6 GeV and Isobaric Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by RHIC-STAR
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 559
    9. Yuanjing JiXiujun Li - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and branching ratio fraction R3 by the STAR experiment
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 562
    10. Haojie Xu - Probing the neutron skin and symmetry energy with isobar collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 656
    11. Diyu Shen - Significant charge splitting of rapidity-odd directed flow slope and its implication on electromagnetic effect in Au+Au, $^{96}_{44}$Ru+$^{96}_{44}$Ru, and $^{96}_{40}$Zr+$^{96}_{40}$Zr collisions from STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 398
    12. Chunjian Zhang - Observation and detailed measurements of nuclear deformations at STAR
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 801
    13. Joseph Adams - Measurement of global hyperon polarization in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 − 27 GeV
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 672
    14. Xingrui Gou Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 676
    15. Brian Chan - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect and Chiral Vortical Effect with BES-II data from STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 679
    16. Subhash Singh, Gavin Wilks - Probing the spin dynamics of QCD medium and initial strong magnetic-eld in heavy-ion collisions via global spin alignment of vector mesons at RHIC
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 788
    17. Isobar PA - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Isobar Collisions at √sNN= 200 GeV by the STAR Collaboration at RHIC
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 790
    18. Shengli Huang, Prithwish Tribedy - Systematic study of small system collectivity in varying system sizes from STAR
      • T05 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 399
    19. Ashik Ikbal, Sooraj Radhakrishnan - First measurement of $\Omega$ and $\Xi$ directed flow and electric-charge-dependent violation of quark coalescence in Au+Au collisions from BES-II data
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 780
    20. Ding Chen, Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Priyanshi Sinha, Vipul Bairathi - Anisotropic flows of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3-19.6 GeV at STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 784
    21. Niseem Abdelrahman - Beam-energy dependence of transverse momentum and flow correlations in STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 847 
    22. Gaoguo Yan, Maowu Nie, Zhenyu Chen - Probing Collision Size and Energy Dependence of Longitudinal Flow De-correlation with STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 845
    23. Xionghong He - Recent Results of Light-nuclei and Hyper-nuclei Collectivity Flow In Au+Au Collisions at RHIC
      • T16 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 403
    24. Samuel Heppelmann - Higher-Order Cumulants of Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV
      • T03 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 392
    25. Ho San Ko - Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by the STAR Experiment
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 375
    26. Jin Wu - Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7-200 GeV from STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 366
    27. Ke Mi - Femtoscopy of Proton and Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV, 14.6 GeV and 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 365
    28. Diana Pawlowska, Zhi Qin, Yaping Wang - Femtoscopic measurement of strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 368
    29. Debasish Mallick - Deuteron number fluctuations and proton-deuteron correlations in high energy heavy-ion collisions in STAR experiment at RHIC
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 374
    30. Derek Anderson - Measurement of medium-induced modification of jet yield and acoplanarity using semi-inclusive direct photon+jet and π0+jet distributions in p+p and central Au+Au collisions at √sN N = 200 GeV by STAR
      • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 564
    31. Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli - Exploring jet topological dependences in pp and Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC
      • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 566
    32. Tong Liu -System size dependence of charged hadron yield in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
      • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 568
    33. Tong Liu, Isaac Mooney, David Stewart, Veronica Verkest - Measurements of jet and soft activity in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
      • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 570
    34. Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - An Investigation of Charm Quark Jet Spectra and Shape Modifications in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV
      • T11 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 571
    35. Qian Yang, Ziyue Zhang, Yu-Ming Liu, Yan Wang, Kaifeng Shen - Measurements of system size and energy dependence of J/ψ production at RHIC from STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 572
    36. Qian Yang, Hao Huang, Leszek Kosarzewski - Quarkonium production in p+p collisions measured by the STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 575
    37. Jan Vanek - Measurements of open-charm hadron production and total charm quark production cross section at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 576
    38. Xu Sun - STAR Forward Detector System Upgrade Status
      • T15 - Upgrade - LINK- Approval status: PWG - QM 615

  • Posters
    1. Jie Zhao - Collision energy and system size dependence of rho meson production from STAR experiment
      • T02 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 541
    2. Yang Li - Identified particle spectra in isobaric collisions of Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
      • T05 - LFSUPC - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 345
    3. Jian Zhou, Wangmei Zha - Low-pT μ+μ− pair production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
      • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 361
    4. Kaifeng Shen, Zebo Tang - Initial electromagnetic field dependence of photon-induced production in isobaric collisions at STAR
      • T09 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 362
    5. Ishu Aggarwal - Strangeness production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector
      • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 621
    6. Sameer Aslam, Yan Huang, Aswini Kumar Sahoo and Yingjie Zhou - Strange hadron and resonance production in Au+Au collisions at RHIC Beam Energy Scan
      • T11 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 363
    7. Guannan Xie - Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
      • T13 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 191
    8. Mate Csanad - Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles measured with the STAR Event Plane Detector in 19.6 GeV and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions
      • T14 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 218
    9. Dingwei Zhang - Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES Phase-II
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 241
    10. Yun Huang - Light Nuclei Production in Isobar Collisions (Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr) at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV from STAR experiment
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 350
    11. Tan Lu - Observation of anti-H4L
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 347
    12. Yuanjing JiXiujun Li - Precision measurements of light hypernuclei lifetime and R3 in Au+Au Collisions from STAR experiment
      • T16 - LFSUPC - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 534
    13. Jiangyong Jia - Probing the nuclear deformation effects in Au+Au and U+U collisions from STAR experiment
      • T01 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 858 
    14. Takafumi Niida - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 231
    15. Kosuke Okubo - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 819
    16. Yu Hu, Zhiwan Xu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with the BES-II data aided by the Event Plane Detector at STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 829
    17. Jagbir Singh - Study of Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar (Ru+Ru & Zr+Zr) and Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR using SDM
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 619
    18. Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment and elliptic flow of phi and K0 vector mesons in AuAu collisions in BES-II
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 850
    19. Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 340
    20. Zuowen Liu - Directed flow of identified particles in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 and 14.5 GeV
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 550
    21. Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of φ meson in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV in second phase of beam energy scan program
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 354
    22. Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Ding Chen - Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of (multi)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 - 19.6 GeV in BES-II at STAR
      • T11 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 807
    23. Prabhupada Dixit, Li-ke Liu, Ding Chen - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons and φ mesons in Au+Au collisions at fixed-target (FXT) and second phase beam energy scan (BES-II) programs from STAR
      • T11 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 814
    24. Cameron Racz - Triangular Flow of Identified Particles in Fixed Target Au+Au Collisions at STAR
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 836
    25. Shuai Zhou - v2 of pions, kaons and protons in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6, 14.5 and 3 GeV Au and Au collisions
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 748
    26. Eddie Duckworth - Net Proton directed flow in 19GeV Au+Au collisions
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 842
    27. Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic flow of light nuclei produced in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7, 14.5, 19.6, 27 and 54.4 GeV
      • T16 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 475
    28. Aditya Prasad Dash - STAR measurement of charge dependent directed flow in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27 GeV 
      • T14 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 610
    29. Yicheng Feng - Study nonflow via two-particle (deta, dphi) correlations from the isobar data at STAR
      • T02 - FCV - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 494
    30. Dylan Neff - Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations via Proton Clustering from STAR Beam Energy Scan
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 511
    31. Jonathan Ball - Fluctuations in Lambda Multiplicity Distribution in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV at STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 330
    32. Pawel Szymanski - Dynamics of particle production in the STAR experiment
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 309
    33. Ashish Pandav - Seventh and eighth order cumulants of net-proton number distribution in heavy-ion collisions recorded by STAR detector at RHIC 
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 298
    34. Changfeng Li - Measurement of Higher-order cumulants of net-(Kaon+Lambda) multiplicity distributions in √sNN = 27 GeV with STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 419
    35. Zhengxi Yan - Net-proton and net-charge number distribution fluctuations in $^{96}$Ru+$^{96}$Ru and $^{96}$Zr+$^{96}$Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV from STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 372
    36. Youquan Qi - Measurements of proton-lambda and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 395
    37. Ayon Mukherjee - Bose-Einstein correlations of charged kaons produced by \sqrt{sNN} =  200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR at the RHIC
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 232
    38. Moe Isshiki - Measurements of Lambda-Lambda and Xi-Xi correlations in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 415
    39. Diana Pawlowska, Zhi Qin, Yaping Wang - Measurement of strange hadron correlation functions in Au+Au collisions at RHIC/STAR
      • T07 - CF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 778
    40. Monika Robotkova - Mult-dimensional measurements of the parton shower in pp collisions at RHIC
      • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 530
    41. Isaac Mooney, David Stewart, Veronica Verkest - Measurements of jet and soft activity in √sNN = 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
      • T05 - JetCorr - LINK- Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 364
    42. Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - Measurements of D0-tagged Jet Spectra and Radial Profiles in Au+Au collisions from STAR
      • T11 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 367
    43. Nihar Sahoo - Search for large-angle jet deflection using semi-inclusive γ+jet and pi0+jet correlations in p+p and Au+Au collisions at √sNN =200 GeV with STAR
      • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 243
    44. Robert Licenik - Measurement of fully-reconstructed inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
      • T04 - JetCorr - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 226
    45. Ziyang Li - Very-low-pT J/ψ production in Au + Au collision at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
      • T09 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 348
    46. Ziyue Zhang, Zhenyu Ye - Measurements of J/ψ Production at RHIC with the STAR Experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status:, PWG, PAC - QM 369
    47. Yu Ming Liu, Yi Yang, Fuqiang Wang - Study of J/psi elliptic flow in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru collisions at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV in he STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 539
    48. Yan Wang, Zebo Tang - J/ψ production in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV
      • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 370
    49. Hao Huang, Te-Chuan Huang, Yi Yang - Study of J/ψ production with jet activity in pp collisions at √s = 200 GeV in the STAR experiment
      • T11 - HF - LINK - Approval status: PWG, PAC - QM 817

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Suggested merges

LFSUPC (23 -> 9 talks)
  • Talks
    • Merge - T09 (or T05 or T14)
      • Nicole Lewis - Identified hadron spectra and baryon stopping in gamma-Au collisions at STAR
    • Merge - T09
      • Jian Zhou - Low-$p_{T}$ $\mu^{+}\mu^{-}$ pair production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV at STAR
      • Kaifeng Shen - Initial electromagnetic field dependence of photon-induced production in isobaric collisions at STAR
      • Zhouduming Tu - Probing the gluonic structure of the deuteron with $J/\psi$ photoproduction in d+Au ultra-peripheral collisions
      • Xiaofeng Wang - Measurements of the energy dependence of polarized photon-photon ->e+e- in peripheral Au + Au collisions with the STAR detector 
    • Merge - T14
      • Krishan Gopal - Transverse momentum spectra of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 54.4 GeV at RHIC
      • Arushi Dhamija - Study of particle production of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 54.4 GeV using the STAR Detector
      • Matthew Harasty - π±, K±, p, and p ̄ Production and Thermodynamics from √sNN = 27 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR
    • Merge - T11
      • Yingjie Zhou - Strange hadrons production in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV from STAR experiment
      • Yan Huang - Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 27, 19.6 and 14.5 GeV from STAR
      • Sameer Aslam - Multi-strange baryons production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 19.6 GeV
      • Aswini Sahoo - Probing energy dependence of hadronic phase via K^0 and \phi measurements at RHIC Beam Energy Scan
    • Merge - T16
      • Hui Liu - Measurement of Proton and Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV by RHIC-STAR
      • Yun Huang - Light Nuclei Production in Isobar Collisions (Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr) at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV from STAR experiment
      • Dingwei Zhang - Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.5 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES Phase-II
    • Merge - T16
      • Xiujun Li - Lifetime measurements of light hypernuclei in Au+Au Collisions from STAR experiment
      • Yuanjing Ji - Measurements of H3L, H4L lifetime and R3 in Au+Au collisions from the STAR
    • Merge - T16
      • Yue-Hang Leung - Studying Hypernuclei Production in the High Baryon Density Region with the STAR Detector at RHIC
      • Iouri Vassiliev - Online measurements of hypernuclei by the STAR experiment in Au+Au collisions at the 2018-2021 BES-II program
    • Zaochen Ye - T13 - Probe the hot medium via dielectron production in 27 and 54.4 GeV Au+Au collisions with the STAR experiment
    • Benjamin Kimelman - T03 - Baryon Stopping and Associated Production of Mesons in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
  • Posters
    • Suggested to submit as posters:
      • Jie Zhao - Collision energy and system size dependence of rho meson production from STAR experiment
      • Guannan Xie - Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
    • Proposed posters:
      • Mate Csanad - Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles measured with the STAR Event Plane Detector in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 GeV and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions
      • Ishu Aggarwal - Strangeness production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector
      • Tan Lu - Search for anti-H4L
CF (13 -> 6 talks)
  • Talks
    • Merge - T07
      • Yaping Wang - Measurement of proton-Xi Correlation Function in 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC
      • Zhi Qin - Measurement of $p\Lambda$ Correlation Function at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}= 3 \mathrm{GeV}$
      • Diana Pawlowska - Kaon femtoscoy in Au+Au collisions measured at the STAR experiment
    • Merge - T07
      • Chuan Fu - Measurements of Proton-Proton Correlation Function in \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV and 19.6 GeV Collisions at RHIC-STAR
      • Ke Mi - Femtoscopy of Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at 3 GeV and 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
    • Debasish Mallick - T07 - Deuteron number fluctuations and proton-deuteron correlations in high energy heavy-ion collisions in STAR experiment at RHIC
    • Jin Wu - T07 - Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7-200 GeV from STAR
    • Samuel Heppelmann - T03 - Higher-Order Cumulants of Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV
    • Ho San Ko - T07 - Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by the STAR Experiment
    •  
  • Posters
    • Suggested to submit as posters
      • Changfeng Li - Measurement of Higher-order cumulants of net-(Kaon+Lambda) multiplicity distributions in $\sqrt \rm s_{NN}$ = 27 GeV with STAR
      • Jonathan Ball - Fluctuations in Lambda Multiplicity Distribution in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV at STAR
      • Dylan Neff - Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations via Proton Clustering from STAR Beam Energy Scan
    • Proposed posters
      • Pawel Szymanski - Dynamics of particle production in the STAR experiment
      • Ayon Mukherjee - Bose-Einstein correlations of charged kaons produced by \sqrt{sNN} =  200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR at the RHIC
      • Youquan Qi - Measurements of proton-lambda and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
      • Zhengxi Yan - Net-proton and net-charge number distribution fluctuations in $^{96}$Ru+$^{96}$Ru and $^{96}$Zr+$^{96}$Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV from STAR
      • Moe Isshiki - Measurements of Lambda-Lambda and Xi-Xi correlations in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
      • Ashish Pandav - Seventh and eighth order cumulants of net-proton number distribution in heavy-ion collisions recorded by STAR detector at RHIC 
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FCV (35->12)
  • Talks
    • Merge - T02
      • Xingrui Gou - Global Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at STAR
      • Takafumi Niida - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
    • Merge - T02
      • Joseph Adams - Measurement of global Lambda and Anti-Lambda polarization in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 GeV
      • Joseph Adams - Measurement of global Lambda polarization in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 and 4.5 GeV
      • Kosuke Okubo - Global polarization of \Lambda hyperons in Au+Au \sqrt(s_NN)=7.2 GeV fixed-target collisions at RHIC-STAR experiment
    • Merge - T02
      • Yu Hu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with the BES-II data aided by the Event Plane Detector at STAR
      • Brian Chan  - STAR Measurements of Lambda-p Reaction Plane Dependent DeltaGamma and Two Particle Correlations from Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27GeV
    • Merge - T02
      • Roy Lacey - Charge separation measurements in p+Au, d+Au, Ru+Ru, Zr+Zr and Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at STAR
      • Isobar PA - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Isobar Collisions at √sNN= 200 GeV by the STAR Collaboration at RHIC
    • Merge - T01
      • Ashik Ikbal - First measurement of $\Omega$ and $\Xi$ baryon directed flow and electric-charge-dependent violation of quark coalescence in Au+Au collisions from BES-II data
      • Sooraj Radhakrishnan - Search for signatures of a first order phase transition using a two component model for proton directed flow at STAR
    • Merge - T01
      • Diyu Shen - Evidence of the electromagnetic effect obtained with STAR's directed flow measurements in Au+Au, Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at 200 GeV
      • Aditya Prasad Dash - STAR measurement of charge dependent directed flow in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27 GeV 
    • Merge - T14
      • Ding Chen - Anisotropic flows of phi mesons in Au+Au collisions at fixed-target (FXT) and second phase beam energy scan (BES-II) programs from STAR
      • Li-ke Liu - Strange Hadron Collectivity v_{1} and v_{2} from 3, 14.5, 19.6 GeV Au+Au Collisions
      • Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of phi meson in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.5 and 19.6 GeV in second phase of beam energy scan program
      • Prabhupada Dixit - Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of multi-strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7, 14.6 and 19.6 GeV in BES-II at STAR
    • Merge - T05
      • Shengli Huang - Systematic study of the small system collectivities from STAR
      • Prithwish Tribedy - Search for collectivity in photon-nucleus collisions using ultra-peripheral Au+Au collisions from STAR
    • Merge - T14
      • Gaoguo Yan - Longitudinal De-correlation of Anisotropic Flow in 200 GeV Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at STAR
      • Niseem Abdelrahman - Beam-energy dependence of transverse momentum and flow correlations in STAR
    • Merge - T01
      • Jiangyong Jia - Probing the nuclear deformation effects in Au+Au and U+U collisions from STAR experiment
      • Chunjian Zhang - Observation of quadrupole and octuple deformation in 96Ru+96Ru and 96Zr+96Zr collisions at STAR
    • Merge - T16
      • Chenlu Hu - Measurements of H3L and H4L directed flow in \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV Au+Au collisions from STAR
      • Xionghong He - Light nuclei v1 and v2 in Au+Au collisions at 3 GeV
      • Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic flow of light nuclei production in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7, 14.5, 19.6, 27 and 54.4  GeV (poster)
    • Haojie Xu -  - T01 - Probing the neutron skin and symmetry energy with isobar collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by STAR
  • Posters
    • Suggested to submit as posters
      • Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment and elliptic flow of phi and K0 vector mesons in AuAu collisions in BES-II
      • Zuowen Liu - Directed flow of identified particles in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 and 14.5 GeV
      • Edwin Duckworth  - Net Proton directed flow in 19GeV Au+Au collisions
      • Cameron Racz - Triangular Flow of Identified Particles in Fixed Target Au+Au Collisions at STAR
      • Yicheng Feng - Study non flow via two-particle (deta, dphi) correlations from the isobar data at STAR
      • Jagbir Singh - Study of Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar (Ru+Ru & Zr+Zr) and Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR using SDM
      • Subhash Singh - Probing the spin dynamics of QCD medium and initial strong magnetic-field in heavy-ion collisions via global spin alignment of vector mesons at RHIC (IMP)
    • Proposed as posters
      • Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
      • Shuai Zhou - v2 of pions, kaons and protons in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6, 14.5 and 3 GeV Au and Au collisions

JetCorr (9 -> 5-6 talks)
  • Talks
    • Merge - T04
      • Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli - Exploring jet topological dependence on parton energy loss in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC
      • Monika Robotkova - Experimental measurements of the parton shower in p+p collisions at RHIC
    • Merge - T05
      • Isaac Mooney - Jet substructure in p+p and p+Au collisions at  \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at STAR
      • Tong Liu - Investigation of system size dependence of high pT hadron yield modification in nucleus-nucleus collisions with the STAR detector
      • Veronica Verkwest - Correlations of mid-rapidity underlying event activity with jet kinematics and Au-going activity in high-pT jet events in 200 GeV p+Au collisions at STAR
    • Merge - T04
      • Nihar Sahoo - Search for large-angle jet deflection using semi-inclusive γ+jet and h+jet correlations in p+p and Au+Au collisions at √sNN =200 GeV with STAR
      • Derek Anderson - Measurements of jet suppression and shape modification with semi-inclusive $\gamma_{\text{dir}}$+jet and $\pi^{0}$+jet distributions in $pp$ and central Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV by STAR
    • Merge - T05
      • Yang Li - Identified particle spectra in isobaric collisions of Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
      • Tong Liu - Investigation of system size dependence of high pT hadron yield modification in nucleus-nucleus collisions with the STAR detector
    • Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - T11 - An Investigation of Charm Quark Jet Spectra and Shape Modifications in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV
    • To be determined:
      • Gabriel Dale-Gau - Baryon to Meson Ratios in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV 
  • Posters
    • Suggested to submit as poters:
      • Robert Licenik - Measurement of fully-reconstructed inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
    • Proposed posters
      • JetCorr - Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - Measurements of D0-tagged Jet Spectra and Radial Profiles in Au+Au collisions from STAR
HF (5 ->3)
  • Talks
    • Merge - T11
      • Hao Huang - Study of J/psi production with jet activity in pp collisions at \sqrt{s} = 200 GeV in the STAR experiment
      • Leszek Kosarzewski - Upsilon states production in p+p collisions in the STAR experiment
    • Merge - T11
      • Qian Yang - J/ψ azimuthal anisotropy in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR
      • Ziyue Zhang - Measurements of J/ψ Production at RHIC with the STAR Experiment
    • Jan Vanek - T11 - Measurements of D+/- meson production and total charm quark production cross section at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{s} = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment


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Express of interests
LFSUPC (23)
  • Hui Liu - Measurement of Proton and Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV by RHIC-STAR
  • Yun Huang - Light Nuclei Production in Isobar Collisions (Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr) at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV from STAR experiment
  • Dingwei Zhang - Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.5 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES Phase-II
  • Nicole Lewis - Identified hadron spectra and baryon stopping in gamma-Au collisions at STAR
  • Yang Li - Identified particle spectra in isobaric collisions of Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment
  • Krishan Gopal - Transverse momentum spectra of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 54.4 GeV at RHIC
  • Arushi Dhamija - Study of particle production of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 54.4 GeV using the STAR Detector
  • Matthew Harasty - π±, K±, p, and p ̄ Production and Thermodynamics from √sNN = 27 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR
  • Benjamin Kimelman - Baryon Stopping and Associated Production of Mesons in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
  • Yingjie Zhou - Strange hadrons production in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV from STAR experiment
  • Yan Huang - Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 27, 19.6 and 14.5 GeV from STAR
  • Sameer Aslam - Multi-strange baryons production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=$ 19.6 GeV
  • Tan Lu - Search for anti-H4L
  • Xiujun Li - Lifetime measurements of light hypernuclei in Au+Au Collisions from STAR experiment
  • Yuanjing Ji - Measurements of H3L, H4L lifetime and R3 in Au+Au collisions from the STAR
  • Yue-Hang Leung - Studying Hypernuclei Production in the High Baryon Density Region with the STAR Detector at RHIC
  • Guannan Xie - Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV at STAR
  • Zaochen Ye - Probe the hot medium via dielectron production in 27 and 54.4 GeV Au+Au collisions with the STAR experiment
  • Iouri Vassiliev - Online measurements of hypernuclei by the STAR experiment in Au+Au collisions at the 2018-2021 BES-II program
  • Aswini Sahoo - Probing energy dependence of hadronic phase via K^0 and \phi measurements at RHIC Beam Energy Scan
  • Jian Zhou - Low-$p_{T}$ $\mu^{+}\mu^{-}$ pair production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV at STAR
  • Kaifeng Shen - Initial electromagnetic field dependence of photon-induced production in isobaric collisions at STAR
  • Zhouduming Tu - Probing the gluonic structure of the deuteron with $J/\psi$ photoproduction in d+Au ultra-peripheral collisions
CF (13)
  • Debasish Mallick - Deuteron number fluctuations and proton-deuteron correlations in high energy heavy-ion collisions in STAR experiment at RHIC 
  • Ashish Pandav - Seventh and eighth order cumulants of net-proton number distribution in heavy-ion collisions recorded by STAR detector at RHIC 
  • Ho San Ko - Higher-Order Cumulants of Net-Proton Multiplicity Distributions in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by the STAR Experiment
  • Changfeng Li - Measurement of Higher-order cumulants of net-(Kaon+Lambda) multiplicity distributions in $\sqrt \rm s_{NN}$ = 27 GeV with STAR
  • Jonathan Ball - Fluctuations in Lambda Multiplicity Distribution in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3 GeV at STAR
  • Chuan Fu - Measurements of Proton-Proton Correlation Function in \sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 GeV and 19.6 GeV Collisions at RHIC-STAR
  • Yaping Wang - Measurement of proton-Xi Correlation Function in 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC
  • Moe Isshiki - Measurements of Lambda-Lambda and Xi-Xi correlations in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC-STAR
  • Zhi Qin - Measurement of $p\Lambda$ Correlation Function at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}= 3 \mathrm{GeV}$
  • Ke Mi - Femtoscopy of Light Nuclei in Au+Au Collisions at 3 GeV and 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
  • Diana Pawlowska - Kaon femtoscoy in Au+Au collisions measured at the STAR experiment
  • Jin Wu - Measurement of Intermittency for Charged Particles in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7-200 GeV from STAR
  • Dylan Neff - Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations via Proton Clustering from STAR Beam Energy Scan
FCV (35)
  • Xingrui Gou - Global Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at STAR
  • Takafumi Niida - Hyperon polarization along the beam direction relative to the second and third order event planes in isobar collisions from STAR
  • Joseph Adams - Measurement of global Lambda and Anti-Lambda polarization in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 GeV
  • Joseph Adams - Measurement of global Lambda polarization in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 3 and 4.5 GeV
  • Kosuke Okubo - Global polarization of \Lambda hyperons in Au+Au \sqrt(s_NN)=7.2 GeV fixed-target collisions at RHIC-STAR experiment
  • Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment and elliptic flow of phi and K0 vector mesons in AuAu collisions in BES-II
  • Diyu Shen - Evidence of the electromagnetic effect obtained with STAR's directed flow measurements in Au+Au, Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at 200 GeV
  • Zuowen Liu - Directed flow of identified particles in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 and 14.5 GeV
  • Aditya Prasad Dash - STAR measurement of charge dependent directed flow in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27 GeV 
  • Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
  • Ashik Ikbal - First measurement of $\Omega$ and $\Xi$ baryon directed flow and electric-charge-dependent violation of quark coalescence in Au+Au collisions from BES-II data
  • Sooraj Radhakrishnan - Search for signatures of a first order phase transition using a two component model for proton directed flow at STAR
  • Edwin Duckworth  - Net Proton directed flow in 19GeV Au+Au collisions
  • Chenlu Hu - Measurements of H3L and H4L directed flow in \sqrt{sNN} = 3 GeV Au+Au collisions from STAR
  • Ding Chen - Anisotropic flows of phi mesons in Au+Au collisions at fixed-target (FXT) and second phase beam energy scan (BES-II) programs from STAR
  • Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of phi meson in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 14.5 and 19.6 GeV in second phase of beam energy scan program
  • Shuai Zhou - v2 of pions, kaons and protons in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6, 14.5 and 3 GeV Au and Au collisions
  • Shengli Huang - Systematic study of the small system collectivities from STAR
  • Cameron Racz - Triangular Flow of Identified Particles in Fixed Target Au+Au Collisions at STAR
  • Prabhupada Dixit - Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of multi-strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7, 14.6 and 19.6 GeV in BES-II at STAR
  • Like Liu - Strange Hadron Collectivity v_{1} and v_{2} from 3, 14.5, 19.6 GeV Au+Au Collisions
  • Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic flow of light nuclei production in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 7.7, 14.5, 19.6, 27 and 54.4  GeV 
  • Xionghong He - Light nuclei v1 and v2 in Au+Au collisions at 3 GeV
  • Gaoguo Yan - Longitudinal De-correlation of Anisotropic Flow in 200 GeV Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at STAR
  • Yicheng Feng - Study non flow via two-particle (deta, dphi) correlations from the isobar data at STAR
  • Jagbir Singh - Study of Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar (Ru+Ru & Zr+Zr) and Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR using SDM
  • Yu Hu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with the BES-II data aided by the Event Plane Detector at STAR
  • Brian Chan  - STAR Measurements of Lambda-p Reaction Plane Dependent DeltaGamma and Two Particle Correlations from Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 27GeV
  • Roy Lacey - Charge separation measurements in p+Au, d+Au, Ru+Ru, Zr+Zr and Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at STAR
  • Isobar PA - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Isobar Collisions at √sNN= 200 GeV by the STAR Collaboration at RHIC
  • Niseem Abdelrahman - Beam-energy dependence of transverse momentum and flow correlations in STAR
  • Haojie Xu - Probing the neutron skin and symmetry energy with isobar collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV by STAR
  • Jiangyong Jia - Probing the nuclear deformation effects in Au+Au and U+U collisions from STAR experiment
  • Chunjian Zhang - Observation of quadrupole and octuple deformation in 96Ru+96Ru and 96Zr+96Zr collisions at STAR
  • Prithwish Tribedy - Search for collectivity in photon-nucleus collisions using ultra-peripheral Au+Au collisions from STAR

JetCorr (9)
  • Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli - Exploring jet topological dependence on parton energy loss in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at RHIC
  • Monika Robotkova - Experimental measurements of the parton shower in p+p collisions at RHIC
  • Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - An Investigation of Charm Quark Jet Spectra and Shape Modifications in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV
  • Isaac Mooney - Jet substructure in p+p and p+Au collisions at  \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV at STAR
  • Gabriel Dale-Gau - Baryon to Meson Ratios in Au+Au Collisions at \sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV 
  • Tong Liu - Investigation of system size dependence of high pT hadron yield modification in nucleus-nucleus collisions with the STAR detector
  • Nihar Sahoo - Search for large-angle jet deflection using semi-inclusive γ+jet and h+jet correlations in p+p and Au+Au collisions at √sNN =200 GeV with STAR
  • Derek Anderson - Measurements of jet suppression and shape modification with semi-inclusive $\gamma_{\text{dir}}$+jet and $\pi^{0}$+jet distributions in $pp$ and central Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV by STAR
  • Robert Licenik - Measurement of fully-reconstructed inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
HF (4)
  • Hao Huang - Study of J/psi production with jet activity in pp collisions at \sqrt{s} = 200 GeV in the STAR experiment
  • Jan Vanek - Measurements of D+/- meson production and total charm quark production cross section at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{s} = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
  • Leszek Kosarzewski - Upsilon states production in p+p collisions in the STAR experiment
  • Qian Yang - J/ψ azimuthal anisotropy in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR


Posters
  • CF - Pawel Szymanski - Dynamics of particle production in the STAR experiment
  • CF - Ayon Mukherjee - Bose-Einstein correlations of charged kaons produced by \sqrt{sNN} =  200 GeV Au+Au collisions in STAR at the RHIC
  • CF - Youquan Qi - Measurements of proton-lambda and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au Collisions at 19.6 GeV from RHIC-STAR
  • CF - Zhengxi Yan - Net-proton and net-charge number distribution fluctuations in $^{96}$Ru+$^{96}$Ru and $^{96}$Zr+$^{96}$Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\rm NN}}}$ = 200 GeV from STAR
  • LFSUPC - Mate Csanad - Pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles measured with the STAR Event Plane Detector in \sqrt{sNN} = 19.6 GeV and 27 GeV Au+Au collisions
  • LFSUPC - Ishu Aggarwal - Strangeness production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector
  • JetCorr - Diptanil Roy, Mathew Kelsey - Measurements of D0-tagged Jet Spectra and Radial Profiles in Au+Au collisions from STAR
  • FCV - Xiaoyu Liu - Directed flow in the forward and backward region in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR
  • HF - Ziyang Li - Very-low-pT J/ψ production in Au + Au collision at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR

2023 HP

Conference scientific program 
  • T1: Jets and their modification in QCD matter
  • T2: High momentum hadrons and correlations
  • T3: Heavy flavor and quarkonia
  • T4: Electromagnetic and electroweak probes
  • T5: Early time dynamics and nuclear PDFs
  • T6: Future experimental facilities
Final list

Talks
  1. Tanmay Pani - Jet shape observables at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV
  2. Gabriel Gau - Baryon to Meson Ratios in Jets, Au+Au Collisions at 200 GeV
  3. Yan Wang - J/$\psi$ production in isobaric collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment 
  4. Yang He - Measurements of semi-inclusive gamma+jet and hadron+jet distributions in heavy-ion collisions at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV with STAR
  5. Monika Robotkova - System exploration of multi-scale jet substructure in p+p collisions at sqrt{s} = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment
  6. Tristan Protzman - Nuclear Modification of Charged Hadrons and Jets in Isobar Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR
  7. Andrew Tamis - Measurement of Two-Point Energy Correlators Within Jets in p + p Collisions at Sqrt(s) = 200 GeV    
Posters
  1. Isaac Mooney - Nuclear modification in isobar collisions at \sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV at STAR  
  2. Brennan Schaefer - Measurement of the event multiplicity dependence of J/psi production at sqrt(s) = 500 with STAR at RHIC
  3. Priyanka Roy Chowdhury - Femtoscopic correlations of D0 mesons with identified hadrons in Au-Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV registered in the STAR experiment
    • T3 - 242 
    • Confirmed (priyanka.roy_chowdhury.dokt@pw.edu.pl)
  4.  Nihar Sahoo - Measurement of jet acoplanarity and intra-jet broadening using semi-inclusive $\gamma$+jet and $\pi^{0}$+jet in central Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ =200 GeV with STAR   
    • T1 - 239
    • withdrawn


Conference decision

Accepted as talks:
  1. Tanmay Pani - Jet shape observables at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV
  2. Gabriel Gau - Baryon to Meson Ratios in Jets, Au+Au Collisions at 200 GeV
  3. Yan Wang - J/$\psi$ production in isobaric collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment 
Suggested to merge:
  1. Merge 1
  2. Merge 2
  3. Merge 3

Accepted as posters
  1. Brennan Schaefer - Measurement of the event multiplicity dependence of J/psi production at sqrt(s) = 500 with STAR at RHIC
  2. Priyanka Roy Chowdhury - Femtoscopic correlations of D0 mesons with identified hadrons in Au-Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV registered in the STAR experiment



List of submitted abstracts:
  1. Tanmay Pani - Jet shape observables at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV
  2. Isaac Mooney - Nuclear modification in isobar collisions at \sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV at STAR 
  3. Gabriel Gau - Baryon to Meson Ratios in Jets, Au+Au Collisions at 200 GeV
  4. Yang He - Semi-inclusive hadron+Jet measurement in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at 200 GeV with the STAR experiment 
  5. Andrew Tamis - Measurement of Two-Point Energy Correlators Within Jets in p + p Collisions at Sqrt(s) = 200 GeV 
  6. Nihar Sahoo - Measurement of jet acoplanarity and intra-jet broadening using semi-inclusive $\gamma$+jet and $\pi^{0}$+jet in central Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ =200 GeV with STAR 
  7. Priyanka Roy Chowdhury - Femtoscopic correlations of D0 mesons with identified hadrons in Au-Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV registered in the STAR experiment
  8. Tristan Protzman - Measurements of Jet Anisotropy in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr Collisions at \sqrt{s_{NN}}=200 GeV at STAR
  9. Brennan Schaefer - Measurement of the event multiplicity dependence of J/psi production at sqrt(s) = 500 with STAR at RHIC
  10. Monika Robotkova - Systematic exploration of the perturbative and non-perturbative jet substructure at RHIC 
  11. Yan Wang - J/$\psi$ production in isobaric collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment 

2023 QM

STAR abstracts for QM2023

Scientific Program

  • T1 - Light and strange flavor physics
  • T2 - Heavy flavor physics
  • T3 - Electromagnetic Probes
  • T4 - Chirality
  • T5 - Jets
  • T6 - Initial state of particle collisions
  • T7 - Small systems
  • T8 - Collective Dynamics
  • T9 - QCD at finite density and temperature
  • T10 - Critical point searches
  • T11 - New theoretical developments
  • T12 - Nuclear astrophysics
  • T13 - Physics of the Future Electron Ion Collider and the RHIC Spin program
  • T14 - Physics of ultra-peripheral collisions
  • T15 - Future facilities/detectors

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Accepted abstracts for oral presentations (ID, Title, Link to abstract, Speaker)
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1) 247 - Probing gluon saturation through two-particle correlations at STAR and the EIC [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Xiaoxuan Chu for the STAR Collaboration (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York)

2) 248 + 249 - Exploring the Spin Structure of the Nucleon at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Ting Lin for the STAR Collaboration (Shandong University, Qingdao, Shandong)

3) 365 - Measurements of p-Λ and d-Λ correlation functions in Au+Au  collisions from STAR BES - II [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yu Hu for the STAR Collaboration (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California)

4) 439 - Probing the nature of the QCD phase transition with higher-order net-proton number fluctuation and local parton density fluctuation measurements at STAR-RHIC [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Dylan Neff for the STAR Collaboration (University of California, Los Angeles, California)

5) 631 - Elliptic and triangular flow of light (anti-)nuclei in Au+Au collisions at BES-II energies using STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Rishabh Sharma for the STAR Collaboration (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Tirupati, India)

6) 328 - Anisotropic flow of identifed particles in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 3.0 - 19.6 GeV [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Zuowen Liu for the STAR Collaboration (Central China Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei)

7) 666 - Light- and Hyper-Nuclei Collectivity in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Chengdong Han for the STAR Collaboration (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou, Gansu)

8) 353 - New Insights on Spin Alignment in Heavy-Ion Collisions: Measurements of φ, ω, ρ0, and J/ψ at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Baoshan Xi for the STAR Collaboration (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai)

9) 632 - First Order Event Plane Correlated Directed and Triangular Flow in BES-II Au+Au Collisions at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Xiaoyu Liu for the STAR Collaboration (The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio)

10) 352 - Measurements of azimuthal anisotropies in O+O and γ+Au collisions from STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Shengli Huang for the STAR Collaboration (State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York)

11) 358 - Background Control and Upper Limit on the Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar Collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV from STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yicheng Feng for the STAR Collaboration (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana)

12) 347 + 356 - Exploring electromagnetic field effects and constraining transport parameters of QGP using STAR BES II data  [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Aditya Prasad Dash for the STAR Collaboration (University of California, Los Angeles, California)

13) 630 + 437 - Search for the Chiral Magnetic and Vortical Effects Using Event Shape Variables in Au+Au Collisions at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Zhiwan Xu for the STAR Collaboration (University of California, Los Angeles, California)

14) 329 + 327 - Hyperon Polarization in Heavy-Ion Collisions from STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Xingrui Gou for the STAR Collaboration (Shandong University, Qingdao, Shandong)

15) 251 - Measuring medium modification of jets using generalized and differential angularities from STAR Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Tanmay Pani for the STAR Collaboration (Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey)

16) 265 - Charm Mesons and Charm Meson Tagged Jets at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yuan Su for the STAR Collaboration (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui)

17) 267 + 268 - Beam energy and system size dependence of heavy flavor production at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yan Wang for the STAR Collaboration (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui)

18) 293 - Search for baryon junctions in photonuclear processes and heavy-ion collisions at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Chun Yuen Tsang for the STAR Collaboration (Kent State University, Kent, Ohio; Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York)

19) 295 - Strange hadrons production in pp and d+Au collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV using the STAR detector [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Ishu Aggarwal for the STAR Collaboration (Punjab University, Chandigarh, India)

20) 297 - Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}}=19.6, 14.5, 7.7, 200 GeV from STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yi Fang for the STAR Collaboration (Tsinghua University, Beijing)

21) 299 - Particle production in Au+Au collisions at Beam Energy Scan (BES) II energies with STAR at RHIC [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Matthew Harasty for the STAR Collaboration (University of California, Davis, California)

22) 301 - Thermal dielectron measurement in Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} =7.7 14.6, 19.6 GeV with STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Yiding Han for the STAR Collaboration (Rice University, Houston, Texas)

23) 302 - Exclusive J/ψ Photo-production and Entanglement-Enabled Spin Interference in UPC at STAR [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Ashik Ikbal Sheikh for the STAR Collaboration (Kent State University, Kent, Ohio)

24) 325 - STAR Forward Detector Upgrade Status and  Performance [ABSTRACT]
Speaker: Zhen Wang for the STAR Collaboration (Shandong University, Qingdao, Shandong)

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Poster conversions from rejected abstracts (ID, Title, Link to abstract, Presenter)
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360
- New Results of Pion and Kaon Femtoscopy at High Baryon Density 
[ABSTRACT]

Presenter: Li'Ang Zhang for the STAR Collaboration (Central China Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei)

363
- Charged kaon and pion femtoscopy in the RHIC Beam Energy Scan at the STAR experiment 
[ABSTRACT]

Presenter: Yevheniia Khyzniak for the STAR Collaboration (The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio)

326
- Nondestructive imaging the shape of atomic nuclei in high nuclear collisions from STAR 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Chunjian Zhang for the STAR Collaboration (State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York)

262
- Event-shape engineering of charged hadron spectra in heavy-ion collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}}=200 GeV at STAR 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Isaac Mooney for the STAR Collaboration (Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut)

266
- Measurement of D0 − D0 azimuthal correlations in Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 in STAR 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Katarzyna Gwiździel for the STAR Collaboration (Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland)

355
- Measurement of Upsilon and J/Psi multiplicity dependent production in p + p collisions at sqrt{s} = 510GeV 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Anders Knospe for the STAR Collaboration (Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

443
- Measurements of baryon-antibaryon and meson-antimeson pairs from QED vacuum excitation in Au+Au UPC 
[ABSTRACT]

Presenter: Xin Wu for the STAR Collaboration (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui) 

695
- Observation of 4pi photoproduction in ultraperipheral heavy-ion collisions at sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV at the STAR 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: David Tlusty for the STAR Collaboration (Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska)

300
- Measurements of Hypernuclei Production and Properties from STAR Beam Energy Scan II and Isobar Collisions 
[ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Xiujun Li for the STAR Collaboration (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui)

356 - New constraints on 3D initial state and transport parameters of QGP using the Beam Energy Scan phase II data of STAR [ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Niseem Magdy for the STAR Collaboration (State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York)

329 - Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in Isobar Collisions and First Order Flow Vector Dependence of Hyperon Global Polarization from STAR [ABSTRACT]
Presenter: Kosuke Okubo for the STAR Collaboration (University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan) 

 

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Submitted abstracts

Oral presentations

  • Upgrade
    • T15 - Zhen Wang: STAR Forward Detector Upgrade Status and  Performance (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID325

  • Cold QCD
    1. T13 - Probing gluon saturation through two-particle correlations at STAR and the EIC (LINK) - approved - ID247

    2. T13 - Exploring the Transverse Spin Structure of Nucleon at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID248

    3. T13 - Longitudinal Spin Structure of the Proton from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID249

  • LFSUPC
    1. T6 - Nicole Lewis, Yang Li, Chun Yuen Tsang: Search for baryon junctions in photonuclear processes and heavy-ion collisions at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID293

    2. T12 - Daniel Cebra: Prospects for or Nuclear Data Measurements for Space Radiation Protection at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID294

    3. T14 - Xin Wu, Wei ChenMeasurements of baryon-antibaryon and meson-antimeson pairs from QED vacuum excitation in Au+Au ultra peripheral collisions at sNN = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID443

    4. T14 - David Tlusty: Observation of 4pi photoproduction in ultraperipheral heavy-ion collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at the STAR detector (LINk) - approved - ID695

    5. T7 - Ishu Aggarwa, Jieke Wang: Strange hadrons production in pp and d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector (LINK- approved - ID295

      • Ishu Aggarwal: Strange Hadron Production in d+Au Collisions at 200 GeV using the STAR detector
      • Jieke Wang: Production of (Multi-)Strange Hadrons in Proton-Proton Collisions at RHIC
    6. T9 - TBD: Measurements of Light and Strange Hadron Production in the High Baryon Density Region from fixed target collisions with STAR (LINK- approved - ID296

      • Yingjie Zhou, Wenyun Bo, Yue Hang Leung, Hongcan Li, Guannan Xie: Strange Hadron Production in Au+Au Collisions from STAR Fixed-Target Experiment
      • Ashish Jalotra: Strangeness Production in Au−Au collisions at √sNN = 7.2 GeV, Fixed Target production at STAR
      • Mathias Labonte: Measurements of π, K, p spectra of fixed target collisions with STAR
    7. T1 - Yi Fang, Pratibha Bhagat, Sameer Aslam, Xiongxiong Xu: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN=19.6, 14.5, 7.7, 200 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID297

      • Pratibha Bhagat: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.5 GeV from STAR Collaboration
      • Sameer Aslam: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at 19.6 GeV from STAR
      • Xiongxiong Xu: Measurements of Omega and anti-Omega production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV
      • Yi Fang: Strangeness production in √sNN =19.6, 14.5, 7.7GeV Au+Au collisions at STAR
    8. T1 - Aswini SahooYan Huang, Weiguang Yuan: Kand φ production in Au+Au collisions at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID 298

      • Weiguang Yuan, Yan Huang: Phi production in √sNN =27, 19.6, 14.5, 7.7GeV Au+Au collisions at STAR
      • Aswini: Probing hadronic rescattering via $K^{*0}$ resonance production at RHIC
    9. T9 - Krishan Gopal, Matyas Molnar, Matthew Harasty: Particle production in Au+Au collisions at Beam Energy Scan (BES) II energies using STAR Detector at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID299

      • Matthew Harasty: Rapidity Dependence of $\pi^{\pm}$, $K^{\pm}$, p, and $\bar{p}$ Production and Thermodynamics from BES-II √sNN = 7.7 to 27 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR
      • Krishan Gopal: Identified hadrons production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 54.4 GeV using the STAR detector
      • Matyas Molnar: Measuring pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles with the STAR Event Plane Detector in Au+Au collisions ranging from sqrt(sNN) = 7 GeV to 27 GeV
    10. T1 - Yuanjing Ji, Yue Hang Leung, Xiujun Li, Dongsheng Li: Measurements of Hypernuclei Production and Properties from STAR Beam Energy Scan II and Isobar Collisions (LINK- approved - ID300

      • Yuanjing Ji, Yue Hang Leung, Xiujun Li: Measurements of Hypernuclei Production and Strangeness Population Factors from STAR Beam Energy Scan II
      • Xiujun Li: Measurements of hypernuclei lifetimes in Au+Au collisions from STAR beam energy scan phase-II
      • Dongsheng Li: Measurements of Hypernuclei yield and Strangeness Population Factor in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV
    11. T3 - Yiding Han: thermal dielectron measurement in Au+Au collisions at √sNN =7.7 14.6, 19.6 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID301

      • Yiding Han: Thermal dielectron measurement in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 19.6, 14.6 GeV with the STAR experiment
      • Chenliang Jin: Thermal Dielectrons measurements in Au+Au collisions at √sNN =7.7 GeV with the STAR experiment
    12. T14 - Ashik Ikbal Sheikh, Kong Tu: Exclusive J/ψ Photo-production and Entanglement-Enabled Spin Interference in Ultra-Peripheral Collisions at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID302

      • Zhoudunming Tu: Observation of strong nuclear suppression in exclusive $J/\psi$ photoproduction in Au+Au UPCs at RHIC
      • Ashik Ikbal Sheikh: Entanglement-Enabled Spin Interference in Exclusive $J/\psi$ Photoproduction through Ultra-Peripheral Collisions at STAR
         
  • FCV
    1. T6 - Chunjian Zhang, Jiangyong Jia - Nondestructive imaging the shape of atomic nuclei in high nuclear collisions from STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID326

    2. T6 - Aditya Prasad Dash - Exploring electromagnetic field effects on charge dependent directed flow with STAR BES-II data (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID347

    3. T4 - Qiang Hu - Probing strong magnetic field and baryonic Spin Hall effect via spin polarization of Lambda and anti-Lambda in Beam Energy Scan Au+Au collisions (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID327
    4. T4 - Han-sheng Li -Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect by Event Shape Engineering as Function of Invariant Mass in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STARs (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID437

    5. T4 - Zhiwan Xu - Search for the Chiral Magnetic and Vortical Effects Using Event Shape Selection with BES-II data at STAR (LINK- approved - submitted, ID630

    6. T8 - Rishabh Sharma - Elliptic and triangular flow of light (anti-)nuclei in Au+Au collisions at BES-II energies using the STAR detector (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID631

    7. T8 - Li-Ke Liu, Prabhupada Dixit, Priyanshi Sinha, Zuowen Liu: Anisotropic flow of identifed particles in Au + Au Collisions at √sNN = 3.0 - 19.6 GeV (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID328

      • Li-Ke Liu - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7-19.6 GeV from STAR
      • Prabhupada Dixit - Elliptic and triangular flow of (multi)strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at BES-II energy (7.7-19.6)
      • Priyanshi Sinha - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons for Au+Au collisions in √sNN = 9.2 and 19.6 GeV (BES-II) at RHIC
      • Zuowen Liu - Directed and Elliptic Flow of Light and Strange Hadrons in Au + Au Collisions at √ sNN = 3.0 - 3.9 GeV
    8. T8 - Chengdong Han, Sharang Rav Sharma, Yue Xu: Light- and Hyper-Nuclei Collectivity in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID666

      • Sharang Rav Sharma - Directed and triangular flow of identified hadrons and light nuclei for fixed target energies at RHIC
      • Yue Xu - Light nuclei flow measurement in sNN = 3.2, 3.5, 3.9 GeV. Au+Au collisions (v1, v2)
      • Chengdong Han - Energy and mass dependence of hyper-nuclei collectivity in Au+Au collisions at RHIC (fixed target)
    9. T7 - Shengli Huang, Prithwish Tribedy: Measurements of azimuthal anisotropies in O+O and γ+Au collisions from STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID352

      • Shengli Huang - Measurement of azimuthal anisotropies in O+O collisions at sNN= 200 GeV from STAR
      • Prithwish Tribedy - Collectivity search in photonuclear interactions at RHIC
    10. T4 - Xingrui Gou, Kosuke Okubo: Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in Isobar Collisions and First Order Flow Vector Dependence of Hyperon Global Polarization from STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID329

      • Xingrui Gou - Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Isobar Collisions from STAR
      • Kosuke Okubo - First order flow vector dependence of global polarization of Lambda hyperons in Au+Au √sNN = 19.6 GeV at RHIC-STAR experiment
    11. T4 - Dandan Sheng, Zaining Wang, Gavin Wilks, Baoshan Xi: New Insights on Spin Alignment in Heavy-Ion Collisions: Measurements of φ, ω, ρ0, and J/ψ at STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID353

      • Baoshan Xi - Global spin alignment of rho^0 meson in AuAu and Isobar collisions at 200 GeV
      • Gavin Wilks - Global spin alignment of φ-meson in Au+Au collisions from RHIC BES-II program
      • Zaining Wang - Measurements of elliptic flow and global spin alignment of φ and ω from leptonic channel in isobar at STAR
      • Dandan Sheng (Qian Yang) -- Measurements of J/ψ polarization in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR experiment
    12. T6 - Niseem Magdy, Gaoguo Yan: New constraints on 3D initial state and transport parameters of QGP using the Beam Energy Scan phase II data of STAR (LINK- approved - submitted, ID356

      • Gaoguo Yan - Longitudinal De-correlation of Anisotropic Flow at RHIC-STAR
      • Niseem Magdy, Roy Lacey - Characterizing initial- and final-state effects of relativistic heavy-ion collisions
      • Niseem Magdy, Roy Lacey - Extraction of the Quark-Gluon Plasma transport properties via the transverse momentum correlations in STAR
    13. T4 - Yicheng Feng, Yufu Lin: Background Control and Upper Limit on the Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar Collisions at √snn = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID358

      • Yicheng Feng - Estimate of Background Baseline and Upper Limit on the Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar Collisions at 200 GeV from STAR
      • Yufu Lin - Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Forced Match of Multiplicity and Elliptic Flow in Isobar Collisions at STAR
    14. T8 - Ding Chen, Cameron Racz, Sharang Rav Sharma, Xiaoyu Liu: First Order Event Plane Correlated Directed and Triangular Flow in BES-II Au+Au Collisions at STAR (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID632

      • Cameron Racz - Reaction Plane correlated triangular flow in BES-II Au+Au collisions at STAR
      • Xiaoyu Liu - Measurement of directed flow at the forward and backward pseudorapidity with the Event Plane Detector at STAR
  • CF
    1. T1 - Toshihiro Nonaka: Baryon-strangeness correlations in Au+Au 200 GeV collisions from RHIC-STAR (talk) - approved - submitted, ID359

    2. T9 - Wensong Cao, Bijun Fan, Anna Kraeva, Vinh Luong, Youquan Qi, Li’Ang Zhang: New Results of Pion and Kaon Femtoscopy at High Baryon Density (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID360

      • Youquan Qi, Anna Kraeva, Vinh Luong: Measurements of two-pion femtoscopy in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3.0, 3.2, 3.5 and 3.9 GeV from RHIC-STAR
      • LiAng Zhang: Measurement of kaon-kaon correlation function at high baryon density region in Au+Au collisions
    3. T9 - Yevheniia Khyzhniak, Daniel Kincses: Charged kaon and pion femtoscopy in the RHIC Beam Energy Scan at the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID363

      • Yevheniia Khyzhniak: Charged kaon and pion femtoscopy in BES at STAR
      • Daniel Kincses: Measurements of femtoscopic correlations and Levy source parameters in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment 
    4. T9 - Xialei Jiang, Ke Mi, Yu Hu, Zhi Qin: Measurements of p-Λ and d-Λ correlation functions in Au+Au  collisions from STAR Beam Energy Scan II (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID365

      • Xialei Jiang, Ke Mi, Yu Hu: Measurement of d-Lambda correlation in Au+Au collisions from STAR Beam Energy Scan II 
      • Zhi Qin: Measurement of pΛ Correlation Function at √sNN = 3GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-STAR
    5. T10 - Dylan Neff, Ashish Panda: Probing the nature of the QCD phase transition with higher-order net-proton number fluctuation and local parton density fluctuation measurements at STAR-RHIC (LINK) - approved - submitted, ID439

      • Dylan Neff: Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations from STAR Beam Energy Scan
      • Ashish Pandav: Probing the nature of QCD phase transition using fifth and  sixth-order net-proton cumulants from Au+Au collisions at STAR-RHIC
  • HP

    1. T5 - Gabe Dale-Gau- Measurements of Baryon to Meson ratios in jets for Au+Au and p+p collisions at 200 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID264

    2. T5 - Tanmay Pani- Measuring medium modification of jets using generalized and differential angularities from STAR Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID251

    3. T5 - Robert Licenik, Yang He: Measurement of inclusive and semi-inclusive jet production in heavy-ion collisions at sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID250

      • Robert Licenik - Measurement of inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV
      • Yang He - Semi-inclusive hadron+jet measurement in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at 200 GeV
    4. T5 - Isaac Mooney, Tristan Protzman, Rosi Reed, Subhash Singha, Nihar Sahoo: Measurements of high-pT yield modification due  to jet-medium interactions at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID262

      • Isaac Mooney - Event shape engineering of charged hadron spectra in isobar collisions at 200 GeV
      • Tristan Protzman, Rosi Reed - Jet v2 in medium sized systems
      • Subhash Singha, Nihar Sahoo - Measurement of directed flow of inclusive jets in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC
    5. T5 - Youqi Song, Andrew Tamis: NOVEL JET SUBSTRUCTURE MEASUREMENTS IN pp COLLISIONS AT s = 200 GEV BY THE STAR EXPERIMENT (LINK) - approved - ID263

      • Andrew Tamis - Energy-Energy Correlator   
      • Youqi Song - Probing soft-hard correlation and hadronization with jets at RHIC
    6. T2 - Te-Chuan Huang, Dandan Shen, Yan Wang: Measurement of quarknonium production in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID268

      • Te-Chuan Huang - J/psi and Upsilon R_AA results in isobar data at 200 GeV
      • Yan Wang - Psi(2S) production in isobaric collisions at 200 GeV
      • Dandan Shen - Measurements of J/psi polarization in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at 200 GeV
    7. T2 - Veronika Prozorova, Wei Zhang: Energy dependence of heavy flavor production in Au+Au collisions with the STAR detector (LINK) - approved - ID267

      • Wei Zhang - Energy dependence of J/psi production in Au+Au collisions at 14.6,19.6 and 27 GeV   
      • Veronika Prozorova - Heavy-flavour electron measurements in Au+Au collisions at 54.4 GeV
    8. T2 - Priyanka Roy, Katarzyna Gwizdziel: Measurement of D0 − D0 azimuthal correlations and femtoscopic correlations of D mesons with identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 in STAR (LINK) - approved - ID266

      • Priyanka Roy - Measurement of femtoscopic correlation function between D0 mesons and charged hadrons in Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV
      • Daniel Kikola - D0-D0bar correlations in Au+Au at 200 GeV
    9. T2 - Diptanil Roy, Yuan Su: Charm Mesons and Charm Meson Tagged Jets at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID265

      • Diptanil Roy - Charm-tagged Jet Fragmentation Function and Spectra in AuAu 200 GeV
      • Yuan Su - D^0 production and R_AA in Isobar collisions (it was proposed as a poster, but we can also include these results in the talk to make it stronger)
    10. T2 - Jakub Ceska, Brennan Schaefer: Measurement of Upsilon and J/Psi multiplicity dependent production in p + p = √s = 510GeV (LINK) - approved - ID355

      • Jakub Ceska - Measurement of multiplicity dependence of Upsilon meson production in p+p at 510 GeV
      • Brennan Schaefer - Measurement of the event multiplicity dependence of J/Psi production in p+p at 510 GeV

Poster presentations

  • LFSUPC
    1. Yixuan Jin: Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at sNN = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES-II (LINK) - approved - ID684

    2. Yiding Han: Thermal dielectron measurement in Au+Au collisions at √sNN =14.6, 19.6 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID141

    3. Chenliang Jin: Thermal Dielectrons measurements in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID186

    4. Mathias Labonte: Measurements of π, K, p spectra of fixed target collisions with STAR (LINK) - approved

    5. Yuanjing Ji: Measurements of Hypertriton Production in Au+Au Collisions at 3.2, 3.9 and 7.7 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID518

    6. Yue Hang Leung: Hypertriton Production in Au+Au Collisions from √sNN =7.7−27.0 GeV from STAR (LINK)- approved -ID636

    7. Ishu Aggarwal: Strange hadron production in d+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV using the STAR detector (LINK) - approved - ID139

    8. Matthew Harasty: Rapidity Dependence of π±, K±, p, and p ̄ Production in BES-II √sNN = 7.7 to 27 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID640

    9. Weiguang Yuan, Yan Huang: Measurement of φ production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 , 19.6 , 14.5 and 7.7 GeV (LINK- approved - ID555

    10. Yi Fang: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7, 14.6, 19.6 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID337

    11. Jieke Wang: Production of (Multi-)Strange Hadrons in Proton-Proton Collisions at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID442

    12. Xiongxiong Xu: Measurements of Ω and Ω ̄ production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK- approved - ID664

    13. Ashish Jalotra: Strangeness Production in Fixed-Target Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.2 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID826

  • FCV
    1. Xiaoyu Liu: Measurement of directed flow at forward and backward pseudorapidity with the Event Plane Detector (EPD) from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID324

    2. Sharang Rav Sharma: Directed and triangular flow of identified hadrons and light nuclei for fixed target energies at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID414

    3. Junyi Han: Directed Flow of Λ, H3L and H4L in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3.2, 3.5 and 3.9 GeV at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID648

    4. C.W. Robertson - Results from a modified R Psi 2 Observable in Isobar Collisions at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID668

    5. C.W. Robertson - Measuring the global spin alignment of vector mesons in heavy ion collisions by STAR (LINK) - approved - ID669

    6. Zhengxi Yan - Measurements of harmonic flow and their fluctuations in O+O collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved

    7. Xing Wu - The elliptic flow of π±,K± and protons in Au + Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7 and 9.2 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID673

    8. Vipul Bairathi - Anisotropic flow measurements of strange and multi-strange hadrons in isobar collisions at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID482

    9. Ankita Nain - Estimation of CMW fraction with event shape engineering in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID691

    10. Li-Ke Liu - Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7-19.6 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID568

    11. Zuowen Liu - Directed and Elliptic Flow of Light and Strange Hadrons in Au + Au Collisions at √sNN = 3.0 - 3.9 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID565

    12. Emmy Duckworth - Directed Flow of Protons and Anti-Protons in RHIC Beam Energy Scan II (LINK) - approved - ID804

    13. Guoping Wang - The elliptic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons in Au +Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7 and 9.2 GeV from STAR (LINK) - approved - ID551

  • CF

    1. Yu Zeng: Proton correlation function in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3.2 GeV (LINK) - approved

    2. Yu Zhang: Baryon-Strangeness Correlations in 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions from RHIC-STAR Fixed-Target Experiment (LINK) - approved - ID289

    3. Jing An, Yingjie Zhou: measurements of proton-Ld and proton-Xi Correlation Function in Au+Au Collisions from STAR Fixed-Target Experiment (LINK) - approved - ID713

    4. Bijun Fan: K+K+ correlation function in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 3.0 - 3.9 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID429

    5. Zachary Sweger: Status of the Proton High-Moments Analyses in the STAR Fixed-Target Program from √sNN = 3.2 to 7.7 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID234

    6. Rutik Manikandhan: Mean pt fluctuations in 3.0 Get fixed target collisions from the RHIC Beam Energy Scan (LINK) - approved - ID421

    7. Li'Ang Zhang: Measurement of Ks0 − Ks0 correlation function at high baryon density region in Au+Au collisions (LINK- approved - ID647

    8. Youquan Qi, Anna Kraeva,  Vinh Luong:  Measurements of two-pion femtoscopy in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3.0, 3.2, 3.5, and 3.9 GeV from RHIC-STAR (LINK) - approved - ID242

  • HP

    1. Tristan Protzman, Rosi Reed - Searching for signatures of thermalized jet energy at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID279

    2. Tristan Protzman, Rosi Reed - Jet v2 in medium sized systems (LINK) - approved - ID278
    3. Subhash Singha, Nihar Sahoo - Measurement of directed flow (v1) of inclusive jets in  heavy-ion collisions at RHIC (LINK) - approved - ID351

    4. Yuan Su - Measurements of inclusive D0-meson production in isobar collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID153

    5. Youqi Song - Probing parton shower and hadronization with novel jet substructure measurements at STAR (LINK) - approved - ID144

    6. Andrew Tamis - Measurment of Two-Point Energy Correlators Within Jets in pp Collisions at √s = 200GeV (LINK) - approved - ID207

    7. Veronika Prozorova - Heavy-flavor electron analysis in Au+Au collisions at √sN N = 54.4 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID154

    8. Robert Licenik - Measurement of inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by the STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID121

    9. Diptanil Roy - Measurement of D0 Meson Tagged Jets in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID124

    10. Priyanka Roy - Measurement of femtoscopic correlation function between D0 mesons and charged hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR (LINK) - approved - ID 770

    11. Jakub Ceska - Measurement of multiplicity dependence of Upsilon meson production in p + p collisions at √s = 510 GeV (LINK) - approved - ID552

    12. Yan Wang - ψ(2S) production in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK- approved - ID152

    13. Dandan Shen - Measurements of J/ψ polarization in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR experiment (LINK) - approved - ID225

    14. Wei Zhang - Energy dependence of J/ψ production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.6, 19.6 and 27 GeV with the STAR detector (LINK) - approved - ID431

    15. Shuai Yang - Measurement of the Υ production in heavy-ion collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV with the STAR detector (LINK) - approved - ID148


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Proposed abstracts

  • LFSUPC
    1. Daniel Cebra: Prospects for or Nuclear Data Measurements for Space Radiation Protection at RHIC (LINK)

    2. Nicole Lewis, Yang Li, Chun Yuen Tsang: Search for baryon junctions in photonuclear processes and heavy-ion collisions at STAR (LINK)

    3. Ishu Aggarwal: Strange Hadron Production in d+Au Collisions at 200 GeV using the STAR detector (LINK)

    4. Wenyun Bo, Yue Hang Leung, Hongcan Li, Guannan Xie, Yingjie Zhou: Strange Hadron Production in Au+Au Collisions from STAR Fixed-Target Experiment (LINK)

    5. Ashish Jalotra: Strangeness Production in Au−Au collisions at √sNN = 7.2 GeV, Fixed Target production at STAR (LINK)

    6. Pratibha Bhagat: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 14.5 GeV from STAR Collaboration (LINK)

    7. Sameer Aslam: Strangeness production in Au+Au collisions at 19.6 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    8. Xiongxiong Xu: Measurements of Omega and anti-Omega production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV (LINK)

    9. Yi Fang: Strangeness production in √sNN =19.6, 14.5, 7.7GeV Au+Au collisions at STAR (LINK)

    10. Weiguang Yuan, Yan Huang: Phi production in √sNN =27, 19.6, 14.5, 7.7GeV Au+Au collisions at STAR (LINK)

    11. Jieke Wang: Production of (Multi-)Strange Hadrons in Proton-Proton Collisions at RHIC (LINK)

    12. Aswini: Probing hadronic rescattering via $K^{*0}$ resonance production at RHIC (LINK)

    13. Mathias Labonte: Measurements of π, K, p spectra of fixed target collisions with STAR (LINK)

    14. Matthew Harasty: Rapidity Dependence of $\pi^{\pm}$, $K^{\pm}$, p, and $\bar{p}$ Production and Thermodynamics from BES-II √sNN = 7.7 to 27 GeV Au+Au Collisions at STAR (LINK)

    15. Krishan Gopal: Identified hadrons production in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 54.4 GeV using the STAR detector (LINK)

    16. Matyas Molnar: Measuring pseudorapidity distributions of charged particles with the STAR Event Plane Detector in Au+Au collisions ranging from sqrt(sNN) = 7 GeV to 27 GeV (LINK)

    17. Yuanjing Ji, Yue Hang Leung, Xiujun Li: Measurements of Hypernuclei Production and Strangeness Population Factors from STAR Beam Energy Scan II (LINK)

    18. Xiujun Li: Measurements of hypernuclei lifetimes in Au+Au collisions from STAR beam energy scan phase-II (LINK)

    19. Dongsheng Li: Measurements of Hypernuclei yield and Strangeness Population Factor in Zr+Zr and Ru+Ru collisions at sNN = 200 GeV (LINK)

    20. Yiding Han: Thermal dielectron measurement in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 19.6, 14.6 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK)

    21. Chenliang Jin: Thermal Dielectrons measurements in Au+Au collisions at √sNN =7.7 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK)

    22. Zhoudunming Tu: Observation of strong nuclear suppression in exclusive $J/\psi$ photoproduction in Au+Au UPCs at RHIC (LINK)

    23. Ashik Ikbal Sheikh: Entanglement-Enabled Spin Interference in Exclusive $J/\psi$ Photoproduction through Ultra-Peripheral Collisions at STAR (LINK)

    24. Xin Wu: Measurements of baryon-anti baryon and meson-anti meson pairs from QED vacuum excitation in Au+Au ultra peripheral collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    25. David Tlusty: Observation of 4pi photoproduction in ultraperipheral heavy-ion collisions at \sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV at the STAR detector (LINK)

  • CF
    1. Toshihiro Nonaka: Baryon-strangeness correlations in Au+Au 200 GeV collisions from RHIC-STAR (LINK)
    2. Youquan Qi, Anna Kraeva, Vinh Luong: Measurements of two-pion femtoscopy in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 3.0, 3.2, 3.5 and 3.9 GeV from RHIC-STAR (LINK)

    3. Yevheniia Khyzhniak: Charged kaon and pion femtoscopy in BES at STAR (LINK)

    4. Xialei Jiang, Ke Mi, Yu Hu: Measurement of d-Lambda correlation in Au+Au collisions from STAR Beam Energy Scan II (LINK)

    5. Zhi Qin: Measurement of pΛ Correlation Function at √sNN = 3GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-STAR (LINK)

    6. LiAng Zhang: Measurement of kaon-kaon correlation function at high baryon density region in Au+Au collisions (LINK)

    7. Rutik Manikandhan: Mean pt fluctuations in 3.0 Get fixed target collisions from the RHIC Beam Energy Scan (LINK)

    8. Daniel Kincses: Measurements of femtoscopic correlations and Levy source parameters in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment (LINK)

    9. Dylan Neff: Measurements of Local Parton Density Fluctuations from STAR Beam Energy Scan (LINK)

    10. Ashish Pandav: Probing the nature of QCD phase transition using fifth and  sixth-order net-proton cumulants from Au+Au collisions at STAR-RHIC (LINK)

  • FCV
    1. Shengli Huang: Measurements of azimuthal anisotropies in O+O collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    2. Prithwish Tribedy: Collectivity search in photonuclear interactions at RHIC (LINK)

    3. Xiaoyu Liu, Measurement of directed flow at the forward and backward pseudorapidity in Au+Au collisions at 27 GeV from STAR (LINK

    4. Emmy Duckworth: Directed Proton Flow in RHIC Beam Energy Scan II Collision Energies (LINK)

    5. Li-Ke Liu: Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 7.7-19.6 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    6. Priyanshi Sinha: Anisotropic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons for Au+Au collisions in √sNN = 9.2 and 19.6 GeV (BES-II) at RHIC (LINK)

    7. Vipul Bairathi: Anisotropic flow measurements of strange and multi-strange hadrons in isobar collisions at RHIC (LINK)

    8. Prabhupada Dixit: Elliptic and triangular flow of (multi)strange hadrons in Au+Au collisions at BES-II energy (LINK)

    9. Zuowen Liu: Directed and Elliptic Flow of Light and Strange Hadrons in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt{sNN} = 3.0 - 3.9 GeV (LINK)

    10. Gaoguo Yan: Longitudinal De-correlation of Anisotropic Flow at RHIC-STAR (LINK)

    11. Cameron Racz, Ding Chen: Reaction Plane Correlated Triangular Flow in BES-II Au+Au Collisions at STAR (LINK)

    12. Sooraj Radhakrishnan: Higher order flow and flow correlations in BES-II from STAR (LINK)

    13. Chengdong Han: Energy and Mass Dependence of Hyper-Nuclei Collectivity in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC (LINK)

    14. Yue Xu: Light Nuclei Flow Measurements in \sqrt{sNN} = 3.2, 3.5, 3.9 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC (LINK)

    15. Rishabh Sharma: Anisotropic flow of light (anti-)nuclei in Au+Au collisions at BES-II energies using the STAR detector (LINK)

    16. Sharang Rav Sharma: Directed and triangular flow of identified hadrons and light nuclei for fixed target energies at RHIC (LINK)

    17. Chunjian Zhang: Nondestructive imaging the shape of atomic nuclei in high-energy nuclear collisions from STAR (LINK)

    18. Aditya Prasad Dash: Exploring Electromagnetic Field Effects on Charge-dependent Directed Flow with STAR BES-II Data (LINK)

    19. Yicheng Feng: Estimate of Background Baseline and Upper Limit on the Chiral Magnetic Effect in Isobar Collisions at 200 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    20. Zhiwan Xu: Search for the Chiral Magnetic and Vortical Effects Using Event Shape Selection with BES-II data at STAR (LINK)

    21. Han-Sheng Li: Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect by Event Shape Engineering as Function of Invariant Mass in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV from STAR (LINK)

    22. Yufu Lin: Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Forced Match of Multiplicity and Elliptic Flow  in Isobar Collisions at STAR (LINK)

    23. C.W. Robertson: Results from a modified R Psi 2 Observable in Isobar Collisions at STAR (LINK)

    24. Ankita Nain: Estimation of CMW fraction with event shape engineering in Au+Au collisions at √ sNN = 200 GeV at RHIC (LINK)

    25. Baoshan Xi: Global spin alignment of rho^0 meson in AuAu and Isobar collisions at 200 GeV (LINK)

    26. Gavin Wilks: Global spin alignment of φ-meson in Au+Au collisions from RHIC BES-II program (LINK)

    27. Xingrui Gou: Measurements of Global and Local Polarization of Hyperons in 200 GeV Isobar Collisions from STAR (LINK)

    28. Kosuke Okubo: First order flow vector dependence of global polarization of Lambda hyperons in Au+Au √sNN = 19.6 GeV at RHIC-STAR experiment (LINK)

    29. Qiang Hu: Probing novel baryonic Spin Hall Effect vis measurement of local spin polarization of Lambda hyperons in STAR Beam Energy Scan (LINK)

    30. Niseem Magdy, Roy Lacey: Extraction of the Quark-Gluon Plasma transport properties via the transverse momentum correlations in STAR (LINK)

    31. Niseem Magdy, Roy Lacey: Characterizing initial- and final-state effects of relativistic heavy-ion collisions (LINK)

  • HP
    1. Youqi Song: Probing soft-hard correlation and hadronization with jets at RHIC (LINK)

    2. Andrew Tamis: EEC in p+p and possible in Au+Au (LINK)

    3. Subhash Singha, Nihar Sahoo: Measurement of directed flow (v1) of inclusive jets in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC (LINK)

    4. Robert Licenik: Measurement of inclusive jet production in Au+Au collisions at $s_{NN}$ = 200 GeV at STAR (LINK)

    5. Isaac Mooney: Event shape engineering of charged hadron spectra in isobar collisions at \sqrt{s_{NN}}= 200 GeV at STAR (LINK)

    6. Tristan Potzman, Rosi Reed: Jet $v_2$ in medium sized systems at STAR (LINK)

    7. Tristan Potzman, Rosi Reed: $\Lambda$ polarization from quenched jets at STAR (LINK)

    8. Gabe Dale-Gau: Measurements of Baryon to Meson ratios in jets for Au+Au and p+p collisions at Sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV (LINK)

    9. Diptanil Roy: Charm-tagged Jet Fragmentation Function and Spectra in AuAu 200 GeV (LINK)

    10. Tanmay Pani: Measuring medium modification of jets using generalized and differential angularities from Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV (LINK)

    11. Yang He: Semi-inclusive hadron+jet measurement in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at sqrt{sNN} = 200 GeV in STAR (LINK)

    12. Yan Wang: psi(2S) production in isobaric collisions at 200 GeV with the STAR experiment (LINK)

    13. Dandan Shen: Measurements of $J/\psi$ polarization in Ru+Ru and Zr+Zr collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV from STAR experiment (LINK)

    14. Te-Chuan Huang: Measurements of J/ψ and Υ productions in isobaric collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR (LINK)

    15. Wei Zhang: Energy dependence of J/psi production in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 14.6,19.6 and 27$ GeV with the STAR detector (LINK)

    16. Jakub Ceska: Measurement of multiplicity dependence of Upsilon meson production in $p+p = \sqrt{s} = 510$GeV (LINK)

    17. Brennan Schaefer: Measurement of the event multiplicity dependence of J/Psi production at sqrt(s) = 500 GeV with STAR at RHIC  (LINK)

    18. Veronika Prozorova: Heavy-flavour electron measurements in Au+Au  at 54.4 GeV with STAR (LINK)

    19. Priyanka Roy: Measurement of femtoscopic correlation function between D0 mesons and charged hadrons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR (LINK)

    20. Daniel Kikola: Study of azimuthal correlations of D0 and D0-bar mesons in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR (LINK)

  • Posters
    • LFSUPC

      1. Yixuan Jin: Light Nuclei Production in Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\mathrm{NN}}}$ = 14.6 and 19.6 GeV from RHIC BES-II (LINK)
    • FCV

      1. Junyi Han: Directed flow of $\Lambda$ and Hyper-Nuclei($^{3}_{\Lambda}H$ and $^{4}_{\Lambda}H$) in Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 3.2, 3.5 and 3.9 GeV at RHIC (LINK)

      2. Guoping Wang: The elliptic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons in Au + Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 7.7 and 9.2 GeV from STAR (LINK)

      3. Xing Wu: The elliptic flow of ${\pi}^{\pm}$,${K}^{\pm}$ and protons in Au + Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 7.7 and 9.2 GeV from STAR (LINK)

      4. Zanning Wang: Measurements of elliptic flow and global spin alignment of phi and omega from leptonic channel in isobar at STAR (LINK)

    • CF

      1. Yu Zeng: Proton correlation function in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 3.2 GeV (LINK)

      2. Yu Zhang: Baryon-Strangeness Correlations in 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions from RHIC-STAR Fixed-Target Experiment (LINK)

      3. Jing An, Yingjie Zhou: measurements of proton-Ld and proton-Xi correlation function in Au+Au collisions at 3.2, 3.5 and 3.9 GeV with the fixed-target mode from STAR (LINK)

      4. Bijun Fan: K+K+ correlation function in Au+Au collisions at #sqrt(s_{NN}) = 3.0 - 3.9 GeV (LINK)

      5. Zachary Sweger: Status of the Proton High-Moments Analyses in the STAR Fixed-Target Program from √sNN = 3.2 to 7.7 GeV (LINK)

    • HP

      1. Yuan Su: D0 Raa in Isobar (LINK)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Upcoming Conferences/Workshops: dates & deadlines

 

Upcoming Conferences & Workshops 

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HEPdata

HEPdata info and instructions

Basic information/Introduction

Nowadays it is more and more important to have our published data readily available for the outside world. The "industry-wide" format for that is HEPData, hence STAR management has decided to give "shift-like" credit for uploading papers to HEPData. On this webpage we describe the details of this coordinated effort of STAR to have all our public data available on HEPData.
  • Papers before GPC #250 should be uploaded by "shifters". At least ~20 figures (numbered figures from the paper that have data in the data.html file on drupal; i.e. one figure with many subfigures or many actual table columns is still counted as one figure for this purpose) are worth one shift credit (i.e. equivalent of doing a data taking shift of ~56 hours), that could be for example 2 medium sized PRC papers, 1 very long PRC paper, or a few PRL papers, or a combination of these. No fractional credit is given, and papers shall be finished by one shifter; so shifters should try to select papers with 20 figures altogether, or maybe slightly more.
  • Sign up for HEPData shifts is possible at
    docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-3YLUyIKGDwxwvcve2LQSkUPyTRqA5o8j9B5TCxUodw/edit
    and shifters are expected to finish uploading paper data within the given week indicated in the signup table; review shall also happen within that week.
  • People interested in signing up for HEPData shifts should consult both the signup sheet and the
    www.star.bnl.gov/protected/common/GPCs/gpc-committees.xml
    table to see which papers are available (and also check below which papers are in progress, i.e. "taken" already).
  • A merged list is also linked here:
    docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-3YLUyIKGDwxwvcve2LQSkUPyTRqA5o8j9B5TCxUodw/edit#gid=967716397
    where papers are marked "selected" or "done" (and some other markings are also possible); please only select papers where no such comment is given in the "HEPdata status" column.
  • A reviewer should also be named, it could be someone from the shifter's group, e.g. the team leader/supervisor/experienced colleague. The main task for the reviewer is to check if the upload was done correctly, no major mistakes were made, or mistakes of the original data upload (such as typos) are corrected.
  • Shifters should contact Mate Csanad (minimally a few days before their shift) to discuss and settle which papers will be done in the given shift. This decision has to be made before the week of the shift, so that actual work can start and finish during the shift week.
  • Papers with the most citations (see list linked in the "Resources" section) should be chosen first, since these are most likely to be needed by the community, but other than that, people are free to choose.
  • To start the uploads, the name and email (the one used at hepdata.net) of both the uploader and the reviewer is needed.
  • After review is done, a notification should be sent to Frank Geurts and Mate Csanad, so that final approval and publication of the HEPdata record can be done. After this is done, shifters are kindly asked to send the public HEPdata link for each completed paper (with GPC number) so that this can be recorded in the paper list.
  • Credit will be given once the upload is done and approved; a final email to Mate Csanad with the public HEPdata link(s) and corresponding GPC number(s) is needed to mark the shift as done.
  • Credits will be counted at the end of the given data taking period.
  • Shifts finished before Nov 13 count towards Run 20, later ones will count towards Run 21, if finished before the end of Run 21. Institutional credit is added to the database at that point.
Useful links are given below, and of course feel free to ask on the Mattermost channel or in email.

Requirements for data uploads

  • Check other submissions, e.g. a great example is www.hepdata.net/record/ins1771348
  • All data tables given on the STAR publication webpage (data.html file) should be uploaded, with proper descriptions.
  • Double check if any mistake has been made on the publication webpage, e.g. comparing to the publication. Clear mistakes should be corrected, otherwise the data.html file should be followed (as the official public data record of the given paper).
  • Make sure the plot is understandable in HEPData, i.e. energy, collision system, particle type etc. are given in the appropriate labels or tags.
  • Follow the PDG rules for significant digits, also summarized here: drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/pwg/common/policies/significant-digits-hepdata-table
  • Please also add link to public STAR data webpage as well as an arXiv link:
    • {description: Webpage with all figures, location: 'https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/publications/...'} (adding this one will provide some additional pointers to the page on which we summarize arXiv, journal, as well as individual pictures)
    • {description: arXiv, location: 'http://arxiv.org/abs/arXiv:...'}
  • An “Image file” and a “Thumbnail image file” shoud be given for all figures. Those fields really give a nice connection to the relevant figure from the paper. (To be obtained from STAR’s png plots are on the paper website or directly cropped from the paper.) In the submission.yaml file you can add these through these lines:
    --
        additional_resources:
        - {description: Image file, location: Fig2.png}
        - {description: Thumbnail image file, location: thumb_Fig2.png}
        Data_file: figure_2.yaml
    
    And here is a simple unix command to create thumbnails from all the image files downloaded from the publication webpage:
    convert "*.png[200x]" -set filename:base "%[basename]" "thumb_%[filename:base].png"
  • The review and sign-off should be done by the appointed reviewer.
  • Once everything is in place, send public HEPData link (the one with 'ins' in it), arXiv/INSPIRE link and STAR data website for final approval.

Resources


Dashboard

(last update: May 2020)
(Full list available at: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-3YLUyIKGDwxwvcve2LQSkUPyTRqA5o8j9B5TCxUodw/edit#gid=967716397)
HEPdata Submission Dashboard
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status
16 Centrality Dependence of High $p_T$ Hadron Suppression in Au + Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 130 GeV August 2020 Christal Martin (UTK) Frank Geurts 588808
17 Disappearance of back-to-back high pT hadron correlations in central Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN)=200GeV Feb.24, 2020 Junlin Wu (IMP) Frank Geurts  
56 Azimuthal anisotropy in Au+Au collisions at s(NN)**(1/2) = 200-GeV Feb.16, 2020 Mate Csanad (Eotvos) Frank Geurts  
126 Identified particle production, azimuthal anisotropy, and interferometry measurements in Au+Au collisions at s(NN)**(1/2) = 9.2- GeV Feb.16, 2020 Mate Csanad (Eotvos) Frank Geurts 831944
154 Di-electron spectrum at mid-rapidity in $p+p$ collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 200$ GeV September 2020 ? Frank Geurts in progress
176 Strangeness Enhancement in Cu+Cu and Au+Au \sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200 GeV Collisions August 2020 Christal Martin (UTK) Frank Geurts 918779
183 Systematic measurements of dielectron production in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment August 2020 Jaanita Mehrani (Rice) Frank Geurts 1275614
207 Bulk Properties of the Medium Produced in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions from the Beam Energy Scan Program Feb.23,2017
Malena Fassnacht/Nick Coupey (Rice)
Frank Geurts  1510593 
224  Measurement of D0 azimuthal anisotropy at mid-rapidity in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(SNN)=200GeV  April 26, 2017  Xin Dong  Bedanga Mohanty  
           
227 Measurements of Dielectron Production in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(sNN)= 27, 39, and 62.4 GeV from the STAR Experiment September 2020 Yiding Han (Rice) Frank Geurts in progress
230 Beam Energy Dependence of Jet-Quenching Effects in Au+Au Collisions at Sept.11, 2018 Jaanita Mehrani (Rice) Frank Geurts  1609067 
233  Beam-Energy Dependence of Directed Flow of Lambda, anti-Lambda, K+/-, Short, and phi in Au+Au collisions August 30, 2017   Prashanth Shanmuganathan  Zhenyu Ye  
237  Strange hadron production in Au+Au collisions at sort(sNN)=7.7, 11.5, 19.6, 27, and 39GeV  April 30, 2020 Xianglei Zhu  Rongrong Ma   1378002
247  J/Psi production cross section and its dependence on charged-particle multiplicity in p+p collisions at sqrt(s)=200GeV Sept. 21, 2018    Zhenyu Ye Jaro Bielcik  1672453
249 Low pT e+e- pair production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN)=200GeV and U+U collisions at sort(sNN)=193GeV Sept.10, 2018 Jaanita Mehrani (Rice) Frank Geurts  1676541
253 Centrality and transverse momentum dependence of D0-meson production at mid-rapidity in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV August 2020 Christal Martin (UTK) Frank Geurts in progress
262  Observation of excess J/Psi yield at very low transverse momenta in Au+AU collisions at sqrt(sNN)=200GeV and U+U collisions at sqrt(sNN)=193GeV  Sept. 6, 2019 Wangmei Zha  Jaro Bielcik  
274  Measurement of Groomed Jet Substructure Observables in pp Collisions at sqrt(s)=200GeV with STAR March 19, 2020   Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli  Rongrong Ma 1783875 
277 Probing Extreme Electromagnetic Fields with the Breit-Wheeler Process Feb. 12, 2020 Daniel Brandenburg Frank Geurts  
281  Observation of enhancement of charmed baryon-to-meson ratio in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN)=200GeV April 17, 2020   Sooraj Radhakrishnan  Wei Xie  1762441 
290  Measurement of the central exclusive production of charged particle pairs in proton-proton collisions at sort(s)=200GeV with the STAR detector at RHIC April 287, 2020  Rafal Sikora  Xin Dong  1792394  
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)
GPC ID title date submitter reviewer status/inspireid (when completed)

PWG Conveners

STAR Physics Working Group Conveners


Correlations and Fluctuations

  • Nu Xu (nxu@lbl.gov)
  • Hanna Zbroszczyk (hanna.zbroszczyk@pw.edu.pl)

Flow, Chirality and Vorticity

  • Zhenyu Chen (zhenyuchen@sdu.edu.cn)
  • Subhash Singha (subhash@rcf.rhic.bnl.gov)
  • Prithwish Tribedy (ptribedy@bnl.gov)

Hard Probes

  • Nihar Sahoo (nihar@rcf.rhic.bnl.gov)
  • Isaac Mooney (isaac.mooney@yale.edu)
  • Yi Yang (yiyang@ncku.edu.tw)

Light Flavor Spectra & Ultra-Peripheral Collisions

  • Shuai Yang (syang@scnu.edu.cn)
  • Yue Hang Leung (leung@physi.uni-heidelberg.de)
  • Zaochen Ye (zaochen.ye.2017@gmail.com)

Spin

  • Jae D. Nam (jae.nam@temple.edu)
  • Ting Lin (tinglin@sdu.edu.cn)
  • Xianxuan Chu (xchu@bnl.gov)

Physics Analysis Coordinators

  • Sooraj Radhakrishnan (skradhakrishnan@lbl.gov)
  • Barbara Trzeciak (barbara.trzeciak@gmail.com)

STAR PWG Conveners - History

Past Physics Working Group Conveners

(note: this list does not list conveners before 2009)

Hard Probes

  • Nihar Sahoo (May 23, 2022 - )
  • Isaac Mooney  (May 1, 2023 - )
  • Yi Yang (Dec.19, 2019 - )
  • Barbara Trzeciak (Sep. 4, 2020 - May 1, 2023 )
  • Sooraj Radhakrishnan (Dec. 6, 2018 - Jan. 3, 2023)

Correlations and Fluctuations

  • Nu Xu (Nov 16, 2023 - )
  • Hanna Zbroszczyk (Sep. 4, 2020 - )
  • Toshihiro Nonaka (Dec 21, 2022 - Nov 16, 2023)
  • Xiaofeng Luo (Sep. 4, 2020 - Dec. 21, 2022)

Flow, Chirality and Vorticity

  • Zhenyu Chen (Jan. 3, 2023 - )
  • Subhash Singha (Nov. 30, 2021 - )
  • Prithwish Tribedy (Sep. 4, 2020 - )
  • Jianyong Jia (Sep. 4, 2020 - Jan. 3, 2023)
  • ShinIchi Esumi (Sep. 4, 2020 - Nov. 30, 2021)

Spin/Cold-QCD

  • Jae D. Nam (Apr. 18 2023 - )
  • Ting Lin (Feb. 17, 2023 - )
  • Xiaoxuan Chu (Jun. 21, 2022 - )
  • Maria Zurek (Dec. 2, 2020 - Apr. 18, 2023)
  • Qinghua Xu (Dec. 2, 2020 - Feb. 17, 2023)
  • Matt Posik (Sept. 9, 2019 - Jun. 21, 2022)
  • Carl Gagliardi (Sept. 1, 2017 - Dec. 2, 2020)
  • Oleg Eyser (Nov. 9, 2016 - Sept. 8, 2019)
  • Jim Drachenberg (June 3, 2014 - July 1, 2017)
  • Anselm Vossen (July 16, 2013 - Nov. 9, 2016)
  • Pibero Djowotho (Oct.29, 2012 - June 30, 2013)
  • Renee Fatemi (March 23, 2011 - June 3, 2014)
  • Stephen Trentalange (March 23, 2010 - Oct.29, 2012)

Light Flavor Spectra + Ultra-Peripheral Collisions
  • Zaochen Ye (Jun. 9, 2023 - )
  • Shuai Yang (Jan. 27, 2023 - )
  • Yue Hang Leung (Nov. 7, 2022 - )
  • Md. Nasim (Dec. 3, 2020 - Jun. 9, 2023)
  • Daniel Brandenburg (Jun. 16, 2020 - Jan. 27, 2023)
  • Daniel Cebra (Aug. 12, 2019 - Nov. 7, 2022)
  • Wangmei Zha (Jun. 14, 2018 - Dec. 3, 2020)
  • Jaroslav Adams (Mar. 25, 2019 - Jun. 16, 2020)
  • Chi Yang (April 14, 2017 - Aug. 11, 2019)
  • David Tlusty (Nov. 21, 2016 - Mar. 25, 2019)
  • Wlodek Guryn (Jan. 20, 2009 - June 14, 2018)
  • Bingchu Huang (July 8, 2014 - April 13, 2017 )
  • Janet Seger (Jan. 20, 2011 - Nov. 21, 2016)

Heavy Flavor (merged w/ Jet-like Correlations on June 1st, 2022)

  • Barbara Trzeciak (Sep. 4, 2020 - May 1, 2023)
  • Yi Yang (Dec.19, 2019 - )
  • Sooraj Radhakrishnan (Dec.6, 2018 - )
  • Zebo Tang (Sept. 12, 2017 - Sep. 4, 2020)
  • Petr Chaloupka (Sept.13, 2017 - Dec.19, 2019)
  • Rongrong Ma (Feb.15, 2016 - Dec.5, 2018)
  • Zhenyu Ye (March 30, 2014 - July 1, 2017 )
  • Hao Qiu (May 12, 2015 - March 7, 2016)
  • Daniel Kikola (Dec.31, 2012 - Feb.14, 2016)
  • Yifei Zhang (March 15, 2012 - Sept.4, 2014)
  • Wei Xie (Sep.30, 2011 - March 30, 2014)
  • Xin Dong (Jan.20, 2009 - Sep.30, 2011)
  • Gang Wang (Sep.21, 2009 - March 15, 2012)
  • Jaroslav Bielcik (Sept.21, 2009 - Dec.31, 2012)

Jet-like Correlations (merged w/ Heavy Flavor on June 1st, 2022)

  • Raghav Elayavalli (June 6, 2019 - June 1, 2022)
  • Saehanseul Oh (Nov. 13, 2018 - June 1, 2022)
  • Kolja Kauder (July 12, 2016 - July 1, 2019)
  • Li Yi (Apr. 13, 2017 - Nov. 12, 2018)
  • Alex Schmah (Feb.22, 2015 - April 12, 2017)
  • Saskia Mioduszewski (July 12, 2011 - July 11, 2016)
  • Joern Putschke (June 6, 2009 - Oct. 29, 2012)
  • Fuqiang Wang (Oct.11, 2008 - Feb.22, 2015)

Light Flavor Spectra (merged w/ UPC in Aug.'16)

  • Bingchu Huang (July 8, 2014 - Aug.'16 )
  • Lokesh Kumar (Aug. 22, 2011 - July 2016 )
  • Xianglei Zhu (March 15, 2012 - July 8, 2014)
  • Frank Geurts (Nov.24, 2010 - March 28, 2014)
  • Anthony Timmins (Dec.21, 2009 - March 15, 2012)
  • Lijuan Ruan (Oct.11, 2008 - Aug. 22, 2011)

Bulk Correlations (splitt into FCV and CF working groups)

  • Xiaofeng Luo (July 16, 2018 - Sep. 4, 2020)
  • ShinIchi Esumi (Oct. 18, 2017 - Sep. 4, 2020)
  • Jianyong Jia (Sept. 1, 2017 - Sep. 4, 2020)
  • Bill Llope (June 16, 2015 - July 16, 2018)
  • Nu Xu (Oct.1, 2014 - Oct. 18, 2017)
  • Grigory Nigmatkulov (July 12, 2016 - July 1, 2017)
  • Daniel McDonald (Oct. 1, 2014 - June 16, 2015)
  • Hui Wang (May 25, 2013 - April 2015)
  • Shusu Shi (Aug. 15, 2011 - Oct.11, 2014)
  • Daniel Cebra (Feb. 11, 2011 - Dec.2, 2013)
  • Hiroshi Masui (Nov. 1, 2010 - May 25, 2013)
  • Paul Sorenson (Oct.11, 2008 - Aug.15, 2011)
Ultra-Peripheral Collisions (merged w/ LFS in Aug.'16)

  • Wlodek Guryn (Jan. 20, 2009 - Aug.'16 )
  • Janet Seger (Jan. 20, 2011 - Aug.'16)

 

Physics Analysis Coordination

  • Sooraj Radhakrishnan and Barbara Trzeciak (deputy) (May 1, 2023 - )
  • Rongrong Ma and Takafumi Niida (deputy) (May 1, 2020 -May 1, 2023)
  • Zhenyu Ye and Grigory Nigmatkulov (deputy)  (July 2017 - April 30, 2020)
  • Frank Geurts and Gang Wang (deputy) (April 2014 - July 2017)
  • Xin Dong (2012-2014)
  • Bedanga Mohanty (2010-2012)
  • Jamie Dunlop 

PWG Disk Quota Leases

More information can be found at the following STAR Note: PSN0611 : committee Report on RCF User Disk Space Distribution
PWG Task Disk Allocations
PWG begin date end date request 
size (TB)
used
size (TB)
subdir request details
Spin 2015-01-06 2015-07-26 3   spin01 2009 Jet Trees
Spin 2015-01-06 2015-07-26 8.5   spin02 2011 Jet Trees
HF 2015-02-06 2015-08-24 1.5   hf01 Run-13 pp500 MTD triggers
LFS 2015-02-27 2015-09-14 9   lfs01 Run-14 (14.5GeV) Fixed Target data
HF 2015-03-26 2019-08-08 30   hf02 Run-14 AuAu200 picoDSTs
TFG 2015-09-26 2015-11-31 10   tfg Data production for Sti+CA.pdf
Spin 2016-03-31 2016-05-31 5   spin03 starpwgc/4158.html
-all- 2016-04-01 2016-06-01 1   run15 starpwgc/4156/1/1/1.html
HF 2016-07-08 2017-01-24 13 1.9 hf04 Lepton analysis tree request of PWG disk Space
Spin 2016-10-31 2017-12-31 5.5 1.7 spin04 2013 jet trees
JetCorr 2017-03-23 2017-09-23 4   jetcorr01 Run 15 test production (with and without HFT)
Spin 2017-08-25 2017-10-24 7   spin05 2012 Jet Trees
JetCorr 2017-09-27 2018-12-26 0.75 0.5 jetcorr02 Run14 AuAu Jet trees from st_WB data stream
Spin 2017-11-14 2017-12-15 40   spin06 2012 MuDst Temporary Restoration for JetTree Production
HF 2018-06-10 2018-09-10 50   hf05 2016 AuAu200 picoDst with covariant matrix for KFParticle 
JetCorr 2018-09-26 2019-09-25 2.5 2.7 jetcorr03 2014 AuAu200 st_WB picoDst
Spin 2019-01-10 2019-06-30 5 4.0 spin07 2012 jet trees
TFG 2019-06-12 2019-12-12 30 19 tfg02 2020-21 picoDst from online HLT data production (Preliminary Physics Only)
HF 2019-07-01 2019-12-31 13 12 hf06 2016 AuAu200 FMS miniTree
LFSUPC 2019-07-11 2019-12-31 6 3.6 upc01 2015 picoDst for UPC data
LFSUPC 2019-07-16 2019-12-31 5 3.8 upc02 2017 picoDst for Roman Pot data
BulkCorr 2019-09-17 2022-3-16 15+12 0 bulkcorr01 2018 AFVD events for CME blind analyses 
Spin 2020-01-23 2020-3-23 2 0.11 spin08 2015 Jet ALL embedding private production
Spin 2020-12-18 2021-06-18 4 0.28 spin09 2017 FMS calibration and analysis
TF: tracking 2021-03-16 2021-06-16 10 15 TF_TrkEff Tracking efficiency task force: 7.7 GeV data produced by TFG group
FCV 2021-06-13 2021-12-13   45 Isobar_CME  
Cold QCD 2021-09-10 2024-09-10 6.5 7.7 spin10 Run12 & Run13 EEMC pi0 tree
Cold QCD 2021-09-10 2023-09-10 18 12 spin11 Run17 st_physics jet tree
Cold QCD 2021-09-16 2023-09-16 1.5 2.0 spin12 Run15 pAu200 jet tree
LFSUPC 2021-11-19   1 1 upc03 Official UPC pico dst. for Run10, Run 11, Run14, Run 16
Cold QCD 2022-01-12   0.1 0.03 spin13 Store Run22 QA plots
JetCorr 2022-03-02 2022-06-30 1 2.7 jetcorr03 Store D0-jet trees
Cold QCD 2022-03-25 2022-07-25 5 4.1 spin14 Embedding samples for the Lambda polarizing fragmentation function analysis
Forward upgrade 2022-05-16 2022-11-16 10 11 FwdCalib Forward upgrade calibration
JetCorr 2022-04-29   1 1 pAu200_TStarJetPicoDst  
BES-II 2022-07-28   2 6 simulations/UrQMD Store UrQMD simulations for BES-II
HP 2022-08-26 2023-02-26 2 2.9 hp01 Store PYTHIA events for gamma+jet paper
BES-II 2022-09-08   0.15 0.006 BESII_Glauber Store Glauber simulation for centrality calibration
Cold QCD 2023-04-05 2023-07-05 2   spin15 Store PYTHIA for studying effect of initial state gluon radiation in Pythia for the W measurement

Physics Analysis Coordination

 

Journal submission

 Journal submission questions
  • PLB
    • Information we need you to complete: The name and affiliations of all co-authors who contributed to this research. --> leave blank
    • Information we need you to complete: The names of organizations who contributed to the funding of the research for the article. --> leave blank
    • Select your status when signing on behalf of the all co-authors of the manuscript --> Choose "None of the above"

Journal asks for a author list
 =========================
Dear XXX

I am including the message below from Dr. Helen Caines (helen.caines@yale.edu) the coSpokesperson of the STAR collaboration in explanation of why I was asked to submit my article "XXX” with “The STAR Collaboration” temporarily as the author list.

XXX


To PRD Editors 

I am writing to ask that you temporarily accept submissions from the STAR collaboration without a full author list and only listing “The STAR Collaboration”. This request is being made by the STAR management and Council as a temporary measure while we consider how best to publish our articles in refereed journals while the war in the Ukraine continues. The STAR collaboration consists of scientists from around the globe including those working for Russian Institutions and those with Ukrainian heritage and working in European countries such as Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic. As you are no doubt aware, the governments of these countries are currently forbidding them to collaborate with scientists from Russian Institutions. The STAR Council, as the governing body of the collaboration on matter of publication policy, are working hard to determine an author list that appropriately credits those who worked on the analyses while also abiding by the orders of the various international government and funding agencies. Rather than halt our whole publication process while these deliberation are underway, we thought it's best to follow the example of the LHC experiments and submit temporarily as “The STAR Collaboration”. Our goal is to have arrived at an author listing that is approved by the whole collaboration before any of the submitted articles are put into press. Once accepted for publication we would provide a proper author list to the journal and update the arXiv listing with the same author list. This is a very complex time and has created a unique situation for international collaborations, so we appeal to you to allow us to  take this unusual temporary step. In this way the principal authors of these papers (mostly young scientists) can still publicly release their important new results to the broader community which is critical for their careers.

Thanks in advance

Helen Caines 
(coSpokesperson of the STAR Collaboration at RHIC)
 =========================

Journal asks about missing Russian authors
 =========================
 Dear Urs,
 
   Thank you for the query. As with the CERN collaborations, STAR has engaged in a series of long discussions
on this matter with all its members. The current approach was arrived at after intense discussion of the proposal and an overwhelmingly
 positive vote by our Council;  all authors on our papers are represented by at least one member of the STAR Council.  The proposed author
 list for this paper was circulated to the entire collaboration and no objections or requests to be included were received. 
 
We did discuss listing our Russian colleagues either via there ORCID ID’s or via a temporary association with a 
different host institute but they did not agree to this approach.
 
 Our temporary approach assigns an author list specific to each paper in a way that ensures all key authors are included on articles reporting their studies. We therefore believe 
that at this time this author list is appropriate. We hope that the invasion of the Ukraine can be ended soon and STAR can revert to 
our previous  manner of determining out author listing. Until that point we propose to use the current determination which while not perfect is
 acceptable to all in the collaboration
 
Helen Caines and Lijuan Ruan, STAR co-spokespeople
 =========================

Accepted papers

 This page collects information about the date when a paper is accepted and published by the journal


GPC Accepted date Journal Published date
354 28-Nov-23 PRD
347 18-Sep-23 PRL 15-Nov-23
336 29-Aug-23 PLB 19-Sep-23 
340 11-Jul-23 PRC  27-Jul-23 
344 05-Jul-23 PLB  01-Aug-23 
345 29-Jun-23 PRC  21-Jul-23 
341 08-Jun-23 JHEP  27-Jun-23 
256 24-May-23 PRC  14-Jul-23 
227 04-May-23 PRC  01-Jun-23 
299 04-May-23 PRL  15-Jun-23 
330 30-Mar-23 PRL  16-May-23 
308 13-Feb-23 PLB  13-Mar-23
334 10-Feb-23 PRL  24-Mar-23
315 06-Feb-23 PLB  14-Feb-23  
328 26-Jan-23 PRL 14-Mar-23
326 11-Jan-23 PRL 24-Feb-23 
331 16-Dec-22 PRC 14-Mar-23 
320 06-Dec-22 PRC 13-Feb-23 
323 18-Nov-22 Science Advanced  04-Jan-23
303 16-Nov-22 PRL  12-Dec-22
298 11-Nov-22 Nature  18-Jan-23 
322 04-Nov-22 EPJC 20-Dec-22 
275 14-Oct-22 PRC 03-Feb-23 
325 12-Oct-22 PRC 22-Feb-23 
297 28-Sep-22 PRC 18-Oct-22  
329 12-Sep-22 PRD 28-Oct-22 
327 08-Sep-22 PLB 17-Sep-22 
279 12-Aug-22 PRC 16-Sep-22 
324 29-Jul-22 PRL 22-Aug-22  
312 06-Jun-22 PRC 27-Jun-22 
310 05-May-22 PLB 31-May-22  
319 11-Apr-22 PRL 20-May-22   
321 05-Apr-22 PRL 17-May-22  
318 05-Apr-22 PRD 23-May-22   
311 28-Feb-22 PLB 10-Mar-22  
317 25-Feb-22 PRL 24-Mar-22 
296 03-Feb-22 PRL 01-Mar-22 
313 01-Feb-22 PRD  23-Feb-22 
316 28-Jan-22 PLB  01-Feb-22
309 11-Jan-22 PRC 21-Apr-22 
Technical 14-Dec-21 PRD 11-Jan-22
306 29-Dec-21 PLB  13-Jan-22
282 07-Dec-21 PRC 03-Jan-22
287 11-Nov-21 PRL 20-Dec-21 
314 08-Nov-21 PRC Letters 21-Dec-21  
295 02-Aug-21 PRD 15-Sep-21 
300 21-Jul-21 PRL 26-Aug-21  
285 12-Jul-21 PRC 05-Aug-21 
277 29-Jun-21 PRL 27-Jul-21 
294 24-May-21 PRC 17-Jun-21
305 28-Apr-21 PRD  26-May-21
302 02-Apr-21 PRL 22-Apr-21
301 30-Mar-21 PRD  27-May-21
273 03-Mar-21 PRC 25-Mar-21
289 16-Feb-21 PRD 16-Apr-21 
284   PRL 05-Mar-21
304
CPC 25-Jan-21
288
PRD 04-Jan-21
280     30-Nov-20
291     20-Nov-20
293     16-Oct-20
274     15-Oct-20
237     29-Sep-20
278     11-Sep-20
283     14-Aug-20
272     05-Aug-20
290      28-Jul-20
225     28-Jul-20

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

BES-II key measurements

This page collects key measurements that need to be released for BES-II in order to declare completion. 

References: 
- BES-II white paper (
link)

Analysis Analysis groups Energies to cover
pi/k/p spectrum, yields, <pT>, etc UC Davis COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
RCP up to 5 GeV BNL, SDU COL: 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
Elliptic flow (φ meson) IISER Berhampur, CCNU, IISER Tirupati COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
CME UCLA COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Directed flow (protons) CCNU, UCLA, BNL, IMP, Fudan, UCR COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Azimuthal Femtoscopy (protons) WUT COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Net-proton kurtosis CCNU, NISER, Tsukuba, UC Davis COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Dileptons BNL, LBNL, RICE, SCNUSDU, TUD, USTC, VECC COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Light nuclei ratio CCNU, IISER Tirupati, UC Davis COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Hypernuclei yield CCNU, FIAS, LBNL, Lanzhou, USTC, Fudan COL: 7.7, 9.2, 11.5, 14.6, 17.3, 19.6
FXT: 3.0
Lambda, anti-lambda polarization OSU, SDU, MEPhI  

Collaboration and analysis meetings

Plenary session chairs

02/2023 collaboration meeting Emmy Duckworth, Robert Licenik, Xilin Liang, Hanna Harrison, Xiatong Wu, Youqi Song, Jonathan Ball, Zachary Sweger
12/2022 analysis meeting Emmy Duckworth, Ding Chen, Yingjie Zhou
09/2022 collaboration meeting Nicole Lewis, Jae Nam, Yuanjing Ji, Fernando Flor, Yang Li, Yevheniia Khyzhniak, Leszek Kosarzewski
06/2022 analysis meeting Zhiwan Xu, Ho-san Ko, Diana Pawlowska
02/2022 collaboration meeting Jae Nam, Monika Robotkova, Yan Huang, Shuai Yang, Xionghong He, Derek Anderson, Jan Vanek, Dylan Neff
12/2021 analysis meeting Jae Nam, Debasish Mallick, Veronica Verkest
09/2021 collaboration meeting Raghav, Ashik Ikbal, Nicole Lewis, Amilkar Quintero, Yu Hu, Maria Stefaniak, Ahmed Hamed, Shenghui Zhang
06/2021 analysis meeting Benjamin Kimelman, Ashish Pandav, Yuanjing Ji
03/2021 collaboration meeting Prashanth, Barbara Trzeciak, Leszek Kosarzewski, Joel Mazer, Niseem Magdy, Maria Stefaniak, Zilong Chang, Michal Sumbera
01/2021 analysis meeting Vipul Bairathi, Srikanta Tripathy, Neha Shah


Email templates

Version 1 - for the case of only one author list 
Version 2 - for the case of two author list policy

===============================================

=== PWGC preview =====

Title: PWGC preview on xx/xx/xxxx for ""

 

Dear PAs and Conveners

 

We will schedule your requested PWGC preview on xx/xx/xxxx. The PWGC meeting will start at 9:00 am (BNL time), and this preview will be the first item on the agenda. The Zoom connection to the meeting is: https://bnl.zoomgov.com/j/1619294511?pwd=TkRhZzFjOWZSQnpvUVdGUGFVMmlHdz09

 

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A typical agenda for such a preview is as follows:

- Brief introduction from the PWG conveners (5’) [PWG Rep]

- Paper proposal (15')  [PA Rep]

- Open discussions (35')

- Summary from the conveners' panel (5’)

 

Chair person: XXX

 

=================================

Please provide me the following materials, if not yet, at least two days before the preview:

 

1) Proposal webpage: 

 

2) An indication of the PWG (primary/secondary in case that applies), PAs, and target journal 

Tittle: 

PWG: 

PAs:

Targeted Journal:

 

3) Link to the presentation for the PWGC preview and the name of PA who will give the presentation. 

- You can find requirements for the PWGC preview, and a template for preview presentation here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/pwg/common/policies/pwgc-preview-requirements

 

4) Name of the PWG convener who will introduce the paper at the beginning

 

=================================

As a reminder of its intended purpose, I copy below an excerpt from the STAR’s Publication Policies:

"This preview should include a brief introduction to the paper, an outline of the data and physics issues to be addressed in the paper, and draft copies of the figures and tables that would appear in the paper. When the conveners of that PWG agree, the Spokesperson or the Physics Analysis Coordinator will provide this material to the PWG Conveners. […] The principal author(s) will then present the proposal for discussion during a PWG Conveners meeting. The subsequent recommendation from the Conveners concerning the proposed paper is advisory to the principal author(s) and the Godparent committee.”

 

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

 

Best regards

Rongrong

===============================================

 

 

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=== GPC formation request =====

Dear PAs and Conveners

 

It is great to see this paper moving forward. 

 

PAs, I need some of the information outlined below from you for the GPC formation: 

 

1) Please send me a link to the latest paper manuscript together with the paper supporting web page once the PWG approves. In the case the website is hosted on an off-site facility, the PAs are strongly encouraged to relocate the website to the STAR managed web server.

 

Webpage: 

 

Paper draft: 

 

2) Please submit the analysis technical note, approved by PWG, to the STAR website (https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/starnotes/submit_procedure). Please select "PWG" as the STAR Note Category. 

 

3) Please prepare your analysis codes following the instructions: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/pwg/common/policies/Guidelines-paper-code-preparations. Once done, please send me the path to the codes, and I will then take a look and create a CVS repository for this paper. Afterwards, PAs will commit all the analysis source codes including a HOW-TO instruction file to this repository. 

 

4) Please let me who the PWG and PA representatives will be. 

 

5) You are also welcome to make suggestions on other GPC members. As a reminder, a GPC typically consists of the following members:

 

Chair: 

Member(s) at large: 

Member for English/Grammar QA: 

Member for Code QA:

PWG representative: 

PA representative: 

 

Best regards

Rongrong

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=== Intention to form GPC =====
Title: Intention to form GPC for ""

 

Dear Conveners

 

Within a week, we will form a new GPC for the following paper:

 

====================================

Paper title: 

 

PAs:

 

Targeted journal: 

 

Paper webpage: 

 

Paper Manuscript: 

 

Analysis note: 

====================================

 

Please let me know if you have any comments. Thanks!

 

Best regards

Rongrong

===============================================

 

 

 

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=== GPC formation =====

Title: GPC #XXX for ""

 

Dear 

 

Thank you for agreeing to serve on the God Parent Committee (GPC) for the new STAR paper. The committee members are:

=========================

Chairperson: 

Member(s) at large: 

Member for English/Grammar QA: 

Member for Code QA: 

PWG representative: 

PA representative: 

 

Information on the STAR paper to be reviewed by the GPC :

=========================

Paper title: 

 

PAs: 

 

Targeted journal: 

 

Paper webpage:

 

Paper Manuscript: 

 

Analysis note: 

 

Code: $CVSROOT/offline/paper/psn0XXX

 

PWGC preview notes: 

 

 

Charge to GPC: 

=========================

The GPC is requested to review the new STAR paper indicated above, and let STAR Management know when it is considered ready for review by STAR. The GPC should ensure that the presentation of the physics message and data is clear and impactful. It should take into account the logical flow and construction as well as the technical accuracy and correctness of the analysis. 

 

Please note that a dedicated mailing list (https://lists.bnl.gov/mailman/listinfo/star-gpc-XXX-l) has been created for this GPC, and all the PAs and GPC members have been subscribed. Please use this mailing list for all GPC communications, which will be archived automatically.

 

Version 1 - When the GPC Chair writes to the PAC/Spokespeople to ask for release to the collaboration review. The PAC/Spokespeople will download the current author list and acknowledgements, date them and send to the PAs for inclusion into the paper draft. The PAs and GPC should not be using an author list up to that point.

Version 2
When the GPC Chair writes to the PAC/Spokespeople to ask for release to the collaboration review. The PAC/Spokespeople will download acknowledgements, and send to the PAs for inclusion into the paper draft. "The STAR Collaboration" will be used as the author. The PAs and GPC should not be using an author list up to that point.

 

It is highly recommended that PAs prepare YAML data tables to be uploaded to HepData before the paper is announced to RHIC. Instructions on preparing YAML tables can be found here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submission

 

More information about the paper submission procedure can be found here: https://www.star.bnl.gov/central/collaboration/authors/

 

 

Guidance to GPC :

=========================

Guidance for the GPC process is described in the STAR publication policy item 14.

https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/system/files/PublicationPolicy101613_v2.html

 

The Technical Notes and codes should be revised as necessary during the GPC process. The purpose of the STAR Technical note accompanying every paper is to describe the analysis, data and methods used, and all necessary background information. This would then allow each collaboration member, if desired, to repeat the analysis at a later time in the exact same fashion and reproduce the results published. A member in the GPC is assigned the responsibility to check, in discussion with PAs, if the analysis code compiles and processes the designated data set. When the paper is released by the GPC to the spokesperson for next steps towards publication, the PA's, in agreement with the GPC chair, are required to provide a note on the changes made to the Technical Note if any and the code check has been satisfactorily completed.

 

The manuscript recommended to the collaboration by the GPC should be a finished, sound, grammatically correct scientific publication ready for journal submission aside from final comments and tuning by the Collaboration at large. The GPC is requested to ensure that when the manuscript is released to management it should have the latest author list of STAR Collaboration, obtainable from the STAR web page and the latest acknowledgments.

 

It is presumed that most of your work can be carried out through email correspondence and also by phone/SeeVogh/BlueJeans conferences. If you require a meeting or direct discussion with the principal authors, then that should be also possible. Once you are satisfied with the manuscript, then STAR Management should be informed and it will be announced to STAR that the paper is available for review and comments by STAR for a two week period. At or near the end of those two weeks, the principal authors will be asked to prepare a modified version which addresses suggested changes with a statement about those changes that they feel are not warranted. This latter statement can take place in the form of email responses as the comments from STAR arrive and should be logged for reference if questions arise later. The God Parent Committee or GPC Chair may be asked for final review of the revised version before journal submission if deemed necessary.

 

 

Best regards

Rongrong

===============================================

 

 

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=== When a paper is ready for collaboration review =====
Version 1 

Hello XXX

 

Thanks very much for bringing the paper to this stage.

 

I have prepared the author list and acknowledgement to be included in your manuscript. They can be found here "/star/u/marr/PAC/figures/XXX". The xml file should be included in the arXiv submission, and the star-author-list-2020-XX-XX.txt file contains the plain text version of the author list to be pasted to the Author(s) form field during arXiv submission. Please let me know if you have any questions. 

 

Once the author list and acknowledgement are included, please send us latest:

- paper draft

- analysis note (updated on https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/starnotes/private/psn0XXX) 

- paper webpage.

 

A reminder: it is strongly recommended that data tables, to be uploaded to HEPData, are prepared before the paper is announced to RHIC. Instructions on preparing such data tables can be found here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submissionPlease pay particular attention to the guidance on significant digits. 

 

Meanwhile, we will identify 5 institutional readers for this paper, and you are welcome to make suggestions. 

 

Best regards

Rongrong

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Version 2

Hello XXX

 

Thanks very much for bringing the paper to this stage.

 

I have prepared the acknowledgement to be included in your manuscript, which be found here "/star/u/marr/PAC/figures/XXX". Please use "The STAR Collaboration" as the author for now. The actual author list will be inserted after the paper is accepted by the journal. 
 
Once the author and acknowledgement is included, please send us latest:
- paper draft
- analysis note (updated on https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/starnotes/private/psn0XXX) 
- paper webpage.

 

A reminder: it is strongly recommended that data tables, to be uploaded to HEPData, are prepared before the paper is announced to RHIC. Instructions on preparing such data tables can be found here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submission. Please pay particular attention to the guidance on significant digits. 

 

Meanwhile, we will identify 5 institutional readers for this paper, and you are welcome to make suggestions. 

 

Best regards

 

Rongrong

 

===============================================

 

 

===============================================

=== One week after PA sends out responses to collaboration review =====

Hello Helen

 

It has been one week since PAs sent out their responses to the collaboration review comments. Could you go ahead and announce this paper to RHIC?

 

XXX, XXX: please send me the email address you used or plan to use to for your account on HEPData, and we will assign you as uploader and reviewer. 

 

XXX: meanwhile, here are a few items for you to follow up: 

- Make sure the analysis note on drupal and analysis code in CVS are up-to-date

- Send me all the paper figures in pdf format

- If not done yet, please prepare data tables in YAML format to be uploaded to HepData. You can find some instructions here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submission Please pay attention to the significant digits. 

- One week after Helen makes the announcement, I will send you the final approval to submit your paper to arXiv and journal. 

 

Best regards

Rongrong

===============================================

 

 

===============================================

=== One week after RHIC announcement =====
Version 1

Hello XXX

 

Please go ahead and submit your paper to arXiv and journal. When submitting to arXiv, please include the author xml file in the bundle of files uploaded, and select the license "CC BY-NC-ND". If there are any supplemental materials, please include them in the version submitted to arXiv. Please also forward the journal submission confirmation email to starpapers-l@lists.bnl.gov once received. 

 

After submission, please send me the paper password on arXiv. 

 

Thanks!

 

Best regards

Rongrong 

----------

Version 2

Hello XXX

 

Please go ahead and submit your paper to arXiv and journal. When submitting to arXiv, please select the license "CC BY-NC-ND". If there are any supplemental materials, please include them in the version submitted to arXiv. Please also forward the journal submission confirmation email to starpapers-l@lists.bnl.gov once received. 

 

After submission, please send me the paper password on arXiv. 

 

Thanks!

 

Best regards

 

Rongrong 

===============================================

 

 

===============================================

=== Paper appear on INSPIRE =====

Hello Frank

 

Could you create a HepData entry for the following paper?

 

Title:

Inspire ID: 

PA: 

Reviewer:

 

Uploader & Reviewer: please make sure that the email addresses above are the same as the ones you used for HEPData account. If they are different, please provide the correct ones. Otherwise, you will not be able to complete the work.

 

Reviewer: You will need to review and approve all the data tables. Please pay attention to both central values and error bars. Please also check the formatting of the tables (do the column/row headers make sense, are text/symbols correctly type-set) and make sure that appropriate thumbnail plots are included in the submission.

 

Thank you!

 

Best regards

Rongrong

===============================================

 

 

===============================================

=== Paper accepted =====

Version 1

Hello XXX

 

Congratulations! This is great news. 

 

When you receive the proofs, please forward them to Helen and myself, and we will check the formatting of the author list and acknowledgements. The PA is responsible for checking the rest of the proof. Please pay particular attention to the figures as these are occasionally altered in the formatting process. More details can be found here: https://www.star.bnl.gov/central/collaboration/authors/.

 

Please also prepare a short note for our STAR front page. It should be written for a non-expert, highlighting 1-2 of the key results with, preferable, only 1 figure. We link to the paper so no need to go into analysis details. The goal is to highlight to a non-expert the new results from STAR and why they are important to the field.

 

Meanwhile, could you check/followup on these items and let me know the status: 

- Make sure the analysis note on drupal and analysis code in CVS are up-to-date

- If different, change the analysis note title on drupal to be the same as the accepted paper title

- If there are any changes to the figures, please send me the updated figures in PDF format

- If not done yet, please upload data tables to HepData at your earliest convenience. Some instructions can be found here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submission. If done and there are changes to data points, please update accordingly.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

 

 

Best regards

Rongrong

 


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Version 2

Hello XXX
 
Congratulations. This is great news! 
 
1) Based on the PA and GPC members, author list-YY is used for your paper, which can be found here: "/star/u/marr/PAC/figures/XXX". Please include it in your paper draft as well as the updated acknowledgement that you can find in the same directory, and send us the updated version. Helen will then send it to the starpapers list for comments for 3 business days. I will give you the green light to supply the author list to the journal afterwards. 

Later on, when you update the paper on arXiv with the final version, please include the xml file in the directory above. The "star-author-list-2023-XX-XX.txt" file contains the plain text version of the author list to be pasted to the Author(s) form field during arXiv submission.
 
2) When you receive the proofs, please forward them to Helen and myself, and we will check the formatting of the author list and acknowledgements. You are responsible for checking the rest of the proof. Please pay particular attention to the figures as these are occasionally altered in the formatting process. More details can be found herehttps://www.star.bnl.gov/central/collaboration/authors/.
 
3) Please also prepare a short note for our STAR front page. It should be written for a non-expert, highlighting 1-2 of the key results with, preferable, only 1 figure. We link to the paper so no need to go into analysis details. The goal is to highlight to a non-expert the new results from STAR and why they are important to the field.
 
4) Please check/followup on these items and let me know the status: 
- Make sure the analysis note on drupal and analysis code in CVS are up-to-date
- If different, change the analysis note title on drupal to be the same as the accepted paper title
- If there are any changes to the figures, please send me the updated figures in PDF format
- If not done yet, please upload data tables to HepData at your earliest convenience. Some instructions can be found here: https://drupal.star.bnl.gov/STAR/blog/marr/instructions-hepdata-submission. If done and there are changes to data points, please update accordingly. Once finished, please notify the reviewer. 
 
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
 
Best

Rongrong


=============================================== 

 

 

===============================================

=== Paper published =====
Version 1

Hello 

 

Congratulations!

 

Meanwhile, could you follow up on the following?

- If not done yet, please upload the final paper version to arXiv. 

 

Best regards

 

Rongrong
=======================
Version 2

Hello 

 

Congratulations!

 

Meanwhile, could you follow up on the following?

- If not done yet, please upload the final paper version to arXiv. When you do so, please include the xml file from the directory (/star/u/marr/PAC/figures/XXX). The "star-author-list-2022-XX-XX.txt" file contains the plain text version of the author list to be pasted to the Author(s) form field.

 

Best regards

Rongrong

 

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Inform Frank to release HepData to public.

===============================================

GPC mailing lists

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Instructions and information


 

Convener rotation

This page collects the steps needed when a new convener is on board

Mailing lists

Some tips about handling mailing lists:
  • One can configure a mailing list by logging into the administrative page with the passcode. Do not need to be an administrator.
  • Mailing list administrators will receive email notifications on new subscription requests, and can approve them as appropriate
    • PWG conveners are administrators of PWG mailing lists
    • One can add or remove administrators on the administrative page
  • How to configure a new mailing list? (check an existing list: https://lists.bnl.gov/mailman/admin/star-talks-l)
    • General Options
      • Replace the From: ... domain's DMARC or similar policies. -> select "Munge From"
      • Should any existing Reply-To: header found in the original message be stripped? -> select "Yes"
      • Where are replies to list messages directed? -> select "This list"
      • Maximum length in kilobytes (KB) of a message body -> set to "0"
    • Archive Options
      • Archive messages -> Yes
      • Is archive file source for public or private archival? -> private
      • How often should a new archive volume be started? -> Monthly
    • Privacy Options
      • What steps are required for subscription? -> select "Require approval" or "Confirm and approve"
  • Subscription: Membership Management -> Mass Subscription
  • Unsubscription: Membership Management -> Mass Removal

Paper publication process

Paper publication process (All email templates can be found here. Feel free to modify.)
  • PAs make a paper proposal to the PWG
  • PWGC preview
    • Conveners make a request to schedule the preview
    • Confirm the date with PAs and conveners
    • Send the preview announcement email to all PAs, not just PA rep, and conveners (see email template)
    • Take note during preview, and send it to PWG, starpapers and star-phys mailing lists
  • PWG review
    • PAs address preview comments, and send updated paper draft and analysis note to PWG for review. They should stay in the PWG for at least two weeks
    • Conveners should send in their comments within two weeks
  • GPC formation
    • Conveners make a request to form the GPC
    • Send the email to all PAs and conveners providing guidance, and asking for basic information about the paper as well as suggestions about GPC members (see email template)
      • Less than half of the time PAs recommend GPC members
    • Announce the intention to form a GPC to the star-pwgc mailing list (see email template)
    • Come up with a list of candidate GPC members and send to the management team for comments
    • Once the list of GPC members are agreed upon, send invitation emails to them. Usually they say yes.
    • Meanwhile, check the codes provided by PAs, and make sure they follow the guidances. Once PAs address all the comments, create a directory on CVS ($CVSROOT/offline/paper/PSNxxxx) where "xxxx" is the analysis note ID. Then ask PAs to commit codes to CVS.
      • If PA has trouble committing codes to CVS due to disk space hitting the limit, do the following: 
        • spot older / done papers
        • move them under a sub-volume like this: mv psn0734 .op05/
        • ln -s  .op05/psn0734 .
        • This essentially releases space from the base volume. .op05/ still has space and you have .op06/ and .op07/ unused (just fill the lower number sub-volume to the max and go to the next one when filed).
      • If the above does not solve the issue, contact Jerome
    • Subscribe all PAs and all GPC members to the dedicated mailing list (star-gpc-XXX-l), where XXX is the assigned GPC number
      • Need to request new mailing lists from BNL IDT regularly. I usually request 10 lists each time. Need to provide mailing list names to them.
      • Passwords to current PWG mailing lists can be found here
    • Send the GPC formation email to GPC members, all PAs, all conveners and spokespersons. (see email template)
    • Subscribe GPC chair to the editorial board mailing list (https://lists.bnl.gov/mailman/admin/star-editorialboard-l)
  • Collaboration review
    • GPC chair informs PAC that the paper is ready for collaboration review
    • Prepare author list and ac